Renewable energy software company Enverian to create 15 jobs over next two years
Colin Rogan, CEO, Enverian; Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan, TD; Kenneth Matthews, CEO, IWEA; and Alan Carey, director of Strategy, Enverian

Renewable energy software company Enverian to create 15 jobs over next two years

4 Oct 2012

Enverian, the new Irish venture set up in 2011 to provide software solutions for the renewable-energy sector, is planning to create 15 new jobs over the next two years.

The company, which already has offices in Dublin, London and New York, received €1m in seed capital funding from Enterprise Ireland and the AIB Seed Capital Fund, led by Enterprise Equity in March. At the time, Enverian said it planned to create 18 new roles on the back of the equity investment.

As for the additional 15 new jobs, they will be mainly in the areas of sales, marketing and consulting.

Speaking at the Irish Wind Energy Association’s autumn conference in Killarney this morning, Enverian chief executive Colin Rogan said the increase in employment is a reflection of the growth the company has been experiencing.

Enverian has been growing its client base in Ireland, the UK and the US. “Enverian has seen strong performance in the market in Ireland and internationally and our announcement reflects the growing confidence in energy markets of our target clients,” said Rogan.

The company recently launched the second generation of its cloud-based business solution Enverian Developer. The product aims to help power companies manage a portfolio of energy-development opportunities.

Carmel Doyle
By Carmel Doyle

Carmel Doyle was a long-time reporter with Silicon Republic. She reported on clean tech, innovation and start-ups, covering everything from renewable energy to electric vehicles, the smart grid, nanotech, space exploration, university spin-outs and technology transfer.

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