Nenagh company launches new product which makes remarkable savings on electricity bills

A Nenagh company has launched a new product that will help people save significantly on their electricity bills. Watt A Saver Ltd. offer new products that will enable customers to save up to 30% on their energy bill.

Three local men are spearheading the enterprise. Michael Cleere, former managing director at Carey’s Glass, Roger Murphy, who was a quality manager in Carey’s Glass and Thomas Hogan a local electrical contractor and engineer.

They have established the business using German Technology that reduces energy consumption by regulating the flow of electricity and converting it into more efficient electricity. Electrical voltage flows in ‘spikes’ and the Watt A Saver stores the electricity coming in and releases it in a smoother way to ensure greater efficiency.

As if greater financial savings weren’t good enough it also provides the added benefit of protecting from lightning and power surges which can do untold damage to electrical appliances, computers etc. Add to that a Smart Monitor that allows you to gauge how much power an individual appliance is using, allowing you to change how much you use it, thereby adding to the extra savings already made.

Retailing at around €380 (including VAT and installation) with a 12-24 month warranty the Watt A Saver optimizer will generally pay for itself within 6 – 12 months.

To find out more visit the Watt A Saver showroom at Lisbunny Industrial Estate, Nenagh which is open 9am – 5pm Mon – Fri. or phone 067-42766 or visit their website www.wattasaver.com

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