Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH provided 1.590 Q.PRO G4 solar modules. The rooftop installation was constructed by Hanwha Q CELLS partner Gaelectric Energy Solutions DAC.
Daire Friel, Business Development Manager for Gaelectric Energy, said: "By applying solar systems, companies can largely disconnect from rising energy prices and substantially save on electricity cost in the long run. The 420 kWp demonstration project at Butlers Chocolates is a strong evidence for that, as it will supply approximately 14% of the base load electricity requirement of the company. We look forward to a meaningful support scheme for renewable energy projects, in order to utilize the so far untapped solar potential of Ireland."
Sean Collier, Key Account Manager for Ireland at Hanwha Q CELLS said: "We are proud to partner with Gaelectric for solar energy projects in Ireland. High quality and high performance modules integrated into a high quality system installation are the basis for sustainable solar investments that pay-off for investors."