Cork-based shopping centre, Mahon Point is currently featured in the latest episode of Sussed, an online sustainability show produced by Pinergy.
The smart clean energy supplier Pinergy highlighted that Mahon Point has invested 'significantly' in projects to enhance the sustainability weighting of the shopping centre over the last number of years.
Commenting on the latest episode of the series, David Slattery, head of marketing at Pinergy, said, “The decision to include Mahon Point in this Sussed episode which is exploring sustainable buildings was a no brainer for us.
"They are an industry leader in terms of their sustainable practices and building innovations not just in terms of their energy consumption but all of their non-energy initiatives also. I think Justin’s experience and depth of knowledge in this area will be really beneficial to viewers of our Sussed series.”
The second episode which features three Irish businesses and details how they are 'contributing to a more sustainable economy through their investment in their buildings'.
The episode is presented by leading architect and Co-founder of Little Black Box Collective, Ami Skimming Black.
Skimming Black is 'passionate about sustainably repurposing derelict and vacant buildings in Ireland and is campaigning for positive changes to how we approach construction in Ireland, focusing on sustainable green developments built for the future.'
In this episode, presenter Skimming Black meets with Justin Young, centre director of Mahon Point, who talks her through some of the shopping centre’s innovations and practices.
Commenting on their passion for sustainable practices, Young, centre director of Mahon Point, said, “When developing our sustainable strategy, we looked at our core utilities such as electricity, gas and water to see how we could improve.
"We have to play our part, to do what we can in terms of enhancing our space where we work, where we socialise, where we operate. And that is why we are committed to sustainability.”
Other Episode Features
The episode features two other businesses Pure Camping, an eco-camping and glamping business in County Clare and DRES Properties, developers of Ireland’s most sustainable new homes based in Co.Wicklow.
The series is produced and directed on behalf of Pinergy by social media content specialist, Fabric Social.
The second Sussed episode will run in both long-form content and in shorter segments across multiple social media platforms including YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.
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