Renewables Ireland

Renewables Ireland is based in Co. Dublin.

Address: 59 Lower Kilmacud Rd, Stillorgan, Dublin A94 KD21.


Main Contact: Contact at 01 298 6140.

SEAI Approved: Yes

Renewables Ireland

About Renewables Ireland

“Renewables Ireland is the no.1 destination for energy saving solutions. This includes complete Solar PV Panel System installation, Infrared Heating Systems, Electric Vehicle (EV) Car Chargers and more for residential / commercial markets. Talk to Renewables Ireland today about how you can reduce you your reliance on utility providers, reduce your carbon footprint & become more sustainable.”

Renewables Ireland stands at the forefront of the green revolution, offering expert design and installation services for solar PV systems, EV car chargers, infrared heating systems, and deep retrofits. Recognizing the urgency of climate change and the depletion of fossil fuels, they are committed to helping individuals and businesses across the island of Ireland, particularly in the Republic, transition to renewable energy. Their bespoke solutions are crafted to not only reduce environmental impact but also to provide significant cost savings for their clients.

Main Services

– PV Solar Panel Installation

– Infrared Panel Heater Installation

– EV Car Chargers Supplier

Renewables Ireland Reviews

Excellent and efficient workmen and service all around from Paul and the team. A pleasure to deal with.

– Alan

Renewables Ireland are a highly professional company to deal with. Their team are hardworking, friendly and tidy workmen.Paul was great at explaining the various apps and workings of our PV system. I’d highly recommend Renewables Ireland if you are considering Solar PV.

– Darragh

From initial contact to completion of installation we found Paul Bradley from Renewable Energy to be so helpful and patient answering lots of questions and giving reassurance . His installation team were excellent. We are delighted with our system and can highly recommend Renewables Ireland to any interested clients

– Padraig