Crowley Carbon, the Irish company specializing in energy efficiency, have announced the creation of 20 jobs with the opening of its C3 Carbon Control Centre in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland. Crowley Carbon plan to use the new centre to manage and analyze all the data from its clients’ systems and buildings, and also alert customers in real time in case of malfunction, failure or possible optimization.
Richard Burton, the Irish Minister for Employment, Enterprise and Innovation, commented on the job creation, saying: “Today’s announcement of the creation of 20 jobs is granted more than favorably. We wish every success to this Irish company that develops innovative technology, conquering new markets and creating jobs. ”
For his part, Norman Crowley, CEO of Crowley Carbon, was delighted, declaring: “We are very pleased to announce the creation of 20 new jobs following the creation of the C3 Carbon Control Centre. With the constant increase in energy costs, the C3 technology will enable companies to be proactive rather than reactive to future increases. By providing our customers with accurate and reliable information in real time on excessive energy consumption, we set the bar high for companies, and they will greatly benefit the energy and environmental savings we offer.