Glen Dimplex

  • Dimplex

    Heating

  • Morphy Richards

    Domestic Appliances

  • Stoves

    Kitchen Appliances

  • Belling

    Kitchen Appliances

  • Roberts

    Radios

  • Redring

    Showers

  • Xpelair

    Ventilation

  • Riedel

    Coolers

  • Faber

    Fires

  • Nobo

    Electric Heaters

  • Carmen

    Personal Grooming

  • ewt

    Electric Heating

  • LEC

    Refrigeration

  • Creda

    Electric Heaters

  • Burco

    Water Heaters

  • New World

    Kitchen Appliances

  • Britannia

  • AKO

    Heaters

  • Glen

    Heaters

  • Eio

    Vacuum Cleaners

  • Galaxy

    Showers

  • Masport Heating

    Heaters

  • Koolant Koolers

    Coolers

  • Schreiber Chillers

    Coolers

The Glen Dimplex Group

Founded in 1973, Glen Dimplex is a leading international group, with annual revenues in excess of two billion euro and over ten thousand employees across four continents.

Glen Dimplex is the world's largest manufacturer of electrical heating, and also holds significant global market positions in domestic appliances, cooling, ventilation, and renewable energy solutions.

Over half a century we have built a solid global business reputation, and our customers have come to trust in our brands, our products, and our people.

Today we are at the vanguard of a low carbon revolution, with an unrivalled range of solutions in space and water heating, cooling, ventilation and heat recovery.

Across the world these innovative low carbon systems enable our customers to reduce CO2 emissions and eliminate cost.

With our dynamic portfolio of leading brands and low carbon technologies the Glen Dimplex Group is strategically positioned to meet the market challenges of tomorrow.

News

PAN-EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM LED BY IRISH EXPERTISE RECEIVES ‘REAL VALUE’ FROM EUROPEAN COMMISSION

December 10, 2014

DRIVING change in the energy sector, a European consortium with world leading Irish expertise has received the first phase of approval for a €12million grant from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020* fund, of which €7.2million will be allocated to the Irish partners in the consortium..