We make it easy for you to get the keenest quotes from Ireland’s best solar installers
How Does Energyd Work?
EnergyD helps you find quality quotes for solar panels in your area. Here’s how it works in 3 simple steps:
- We ask you some questions to determine your requirements
- We then arrange up to 3 competitive quotes for you from Ireland’s top solar installers
- You can contact us if you need guidance on your solar options
Electricity has always been a magical force to me – just flick a switch and the room is filled with light!
But I’ve always been bothered by Ireland’s dependence on foreign energy, pollution from power stations, and the high prices that electricity suppliers charge us.
So around 2017, when solar panel technology and affordability started to get really good, I got excited! Solar was the solution I had been hoping for. It’s become an affordable clean way for Irish families to slash their electricity bills. I immediately knew that I wanted to be a part of the solar revolution.
I took a job as a system designer for a solar installation company. While working there, I realized there’s a massive variation in quality and value for money among solar installers. Putting myself in the customer’s shoes, I knew that people needed a convenient way to find the best options.
So I launched EnergyD in March 2020.
Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of helping people all around Ireland on their journey to cleaner electricity and huge savings on their electricity bills.
EnergyD has grown every month, but we remain committed to our original goal – making it easy for you to save on electricity by connecting you with Ireland’s top solar installers.
Dominic Ó Gallachóir, Founder of Energyd
What Makes EnergyD The Best Way to Get Solar Panel Quotes?
✓Installers Compete for Your Business
✓Quickly Find and Compare the Best Quotes
✓The Easiest Way to Go Solar
If you decide to go solar, your contract will be with your chosen solar installer, not EnergyD. EnergyD strives to ensure the quality of the solar installers on our network. However, you remain responsible for doing your own due diligence before buying solar panels.