Co Monaghan-based Activ8 Solar Energies is expanding its operations into the Scottish market.
The company said the move marks a significant milestone in its mission to make sustainable energy accessible and affordable to a wider market outside of Ireland.
It said its expansion to Scotland will include a total of 15 projects in the commercial market, to be completed by December 2023.
It also has an “ambitious” plan for 30 more in 2024.
The projects set to be completed by the end of the year include installations in Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, as well as various locations across northern Scotland and the remote islands.
Activ8 Solar said its expansion into remote Scottish islands, such as Stornoway, shows its dedication to providing clean energy solutions to even the most challenging and isolated areas.
Ciaran Marron, CEO and founder of Activ8 Solar Energies, said that Scotland has been at the forefront of the implementation of renewable energy solutions.
“Our expansion into this beautiful country is a clear demonstration of our continued success and ambition for Ireland and the UK. We look forward to future endeavours in the Scottish market and hope that this is the first step in further international growth,” the CEO added.
Activ8 became the first solar installer in Ireland to install over 100,000 solar panels, with Activ8 installations across Ireland generating a combined 59MWh on an annual basis.