Hull RUFC is delighted to sign up Solar 21 to be a part of the club’s 25th anniversary season.
Established seven years ago, the Dublin-based company with offices in the UK and Italy, invests in renewable energy assets and development projects in Britain and continental Europe.
Formed by brothers Andrew and Michael Bradley, Solar 21 has assets under management of over £200 million from a portfolio of solar parks, anaerobic digestion and biomass plants.
Looking to the future, Solar 21 has projects in the pipeline with estimated development costs of around £500m and completion values in excess of £1bn.
Sport plays a big part in the Bradley family and earlier this year, Mayo Football League’s headquarters, in the West of Ireland, was named Solar 21 Park.
Speaking about the sponsorship, Solar 21 CEO Michael Bradley said: “Solar 21 is delighted to support Hull RUFC in this significant year in its short history.
“Our association with the club strengthens our ties with the Humber area, where a number of our renewable energy projects are located.
“We wish coach Gary Pearce and the entire team and backroom staff every success in the coming season.”
Hull RUFC is thrilled to have Solar 21 on board in what promises to be an exciting season on and off the pitch, 25 years after it formed in 1992.