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For a monthly service fee with no upfront payments, the group helps companies and schools switch to energy-efficient LED lighting

For a monthly service fee with no upfront payments, the group helps companies and schools switch to energy-efficient LED lighting

For a monthly service fee with no upfront payments, the group helps companies and schools switch to energy-efficient LED lighting

An energy services company is creating four jobs as it expands into Northern Ireland with a new office in Newry.

The London-based eEnergy Group has been operating in the Republic of Ireland since 2013 through its eLight subsidiary.

For a monthly service fee with no upfront payments, the group helps companies and schools switch to energy-efficient LED lighting.

A spokesman for the business confirmed that any Northern Ireland work would be completed on an outsourced basis, using local contractors, which in turn will create more work.

The new sales team, under the direction of business development manager Michael Aiken, is already in advanced discussions with a number of local educational bodies about potential work.

The company has completed more than 900 lighting upgrades in the commercial business sector in the Republic.

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