InterTradeIreland Innovation awards 2013.


Local Dundalk company climote is one of the 18 organisations shortlisted, across Ireland, in The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation awards 2013.

L-R : Derek Roddy (CEO climote); Eamon Conway (MD climote); Rob Lane (CTO climote).

climote has developed a home heating system that lets homeowners manage and control their heating remotely via web or phone app from anywhere in the world.
climote has been shortlisted in the GreenTech category and the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on Friday, 22nd March, 2013 at the Titanic Quarter, Belfast.
Michael McAleer, Editor, Innovation, The Irish Times, said, “The Irish Times Innovation Awards aim to recognise and promote the best innovations within organisations of all sectors and all sizes across Ireland, “This year, once again, the calibre of entries was exemplary, showcasing the creativity and innovation of Irish enterprises.
“The awards have previously identified a number of innovative businesses, many of whom have gone on to become industry and global leaders in their particular sectors.
“I have no doubt that many of this year’s entrants will go on to replicate those successes.”
Dererk Roddy, CEO of climote said “we are delighted to have been shortlisted for these national innovation awards and it demonstrates the quality of our great team in Dundalk, who are helping us grow from strength to strength.”

For more information visit www.climote.com

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