The energy trading and services company ElectroRoute has this month joined EAI's growing membership.
ElectroRoute is based in Ireland and is active in the Irish, Great Britain and Continental European energy markets and has a long list of Irish clients.
EAI Chief Executive Owen Wilson said:
“I’m delighted to welcome ElectroRoute to EAI. It’s a great fit given EAI’s representation of the Irish electricity industry at a pan-European level and ElectroRoute’s growing European presence. I look forward to the team’s participation in our Committees and the range of activities which EAI membership provides.”
ElectroRoute CEO Ronan Doherty said:
“We are happy to have become a member of the EAI. At this important juncture for Irish energy we look forward to making a significant contribution to the dialogue for a better energy future in Ireland and Europe.”
ElectroRoute was established in 2011. Headquartered in Dublin, it employs a dedicated team of 40 energy professionals.
EAI’s 26 membership includes utilities that represent over 90 percent of generation and retail business activities and 100 per cent of distribution within the Single Electricity Market (SEM). Members range in size from international power utilities to independent and suppliers.
Member representatives have the opportunity to sit on four EAI Committees; Markets, Policy, Retail, and Networks, and on the Task Forces established to deliver their key objectives.
EAI also provides an information service to members and acts as a forum for corporate networking, leading focused conversation on energy issues across Ireland, GB and Europe.