Stiebel Eltron opens new HQ in Ireland

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Mark McManus, Stiebel Eltron Ireland’s managing director

Stiebel Eltron has opened its new regional headquarters in Dublin, Ireland this month which will serve all regions across the country.

With global headquarters based in Germany and 26 existing sales operations around the world, a statement said that the Dublin location will see Stiebel Eltron strengthen its reach with the delivery of a range of heat pumps, electric hot water, space heating and ventilation products across Ireland.

As the government of Ireland looks to develop Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) by 2025 as part of its climate action plan, Stiebel Eltron stated that it will look to drive sustainable energy solutions across the country to support this.

The Ireland headquarters opens with a new showroom with the latest Stiebel Eltron sustainable heating products, innovations and technologies. The headquarters also feature a training centre.

While the government has set out plans to reduce carbon emissions across residential households, Ireland is set to fall short of targets with the Environmental Protection Agency (The EPA) anticipating a reduction of 29% in Greenhouse Gas by 2030 compared to a target of 51%.

The EPA estimates that residential buildings are the only sector on track to meet current targets, with emissions expected to decrease by 36% to 47% by 2030.

Mark McManus, Stiebel Eltron Ireland’s managing director, said: “The Irish markets hold huge opportunity for renewable energy technologies, so developing an office which will support this sector was a no brainer.

“At Stiebel Eltron we have a track record in creating and supplying tried and tested innovative renewable energy products to a global market, as well as being a leader in sharing our expertise to drive these green solutions forward.

“We’re excited by the prospect of working with Irish consumers to achieve the clear goals outlined by the government in building regulations which will create a more sustainable future across Ireland.”

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