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Stiebel Eltron announces expansion to Ireland with new Dublin HQ

Stiebel Eltron announces expansion to Ireland with new Dublin HQ

Stiebel Eltron, a supplier of sustainable heating products, has initiated operations in Dublin, Ireland, aiming to capitalise on the Irish Government’s recent push for the decarbonisation of the heat sector. 

Ireland has planned to transition to Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs) by 2025, aligning with the Government’s climate action objectives, while it has also launched many initiatives aimed specifically at the heating sector – such as the Renewable Heat Obligation. 

Given the increased focus in Ireland on a more sustainable heating industry, Stiebel Eltron is opening up shop in Ireland. The company’s new regional headquarters, positioned in Blanchardstown, Dublin, began this month with a team of five, offering expertise in renewable energy technology implementation for homes across Ireland. This expansion enables Stiebel Eltron to offer a broad spectrum of heat pumps, electric hot water solutions, space heating, and ventilation products.

The Dublin office is not only a hub for operations but also features a showroom displaying the latest in sustainable heating products and technologies. Additionally, it houses a training centre aimed at supporting both new and experienced renewable energy technicians, fostering a skilled workforce to serve the local market.

Despite efforts, Ireland is currently on track to miss its carbon emission reduction targets, with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) predicting a 29% reduction by 2030, short of the 51% goal. However, residential buildings are the one sector anticipated to meet, if not exceed, current targets with a projected decrease in emissions between 36 percent and 47 percent by 2030. Stiebel Eltron hopes that by establishing a foothold in Ireland it can contribute positively to these efforts.

Mark McManus, Managing Director of Stiebel Eltron Ireland, shared his optimism about the venture, stating, “The Irish markets hold huge opportunities for renewable energy technologies, so developing an office which will support this sector was a no brainer. 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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