Who is Horan & Bird?
Horan & Bird is a specialised energy services business owned by Origin Energy consisting of electricians, electrical engineers, consultants and solar power experts. Our team provide everyday energy solutions and specialise in solar installations, energy storage, lighting and demand management solutions. Horan and Bird are HSEQ Certified Master Electricians and have a comprehensive safety, environment and quality management system. With certifications in quality, environment and health & safety.
The Horan and Bird journey began in 2004 when John and Rosemarie Horan started Horan Electrical. In 2007 Scott and Sandra Bird bought into the business and they created Horan and Bird Energy. The business originally specialised in Electrical, then in 2010 John and Scott decided to invest in and focus on solar. Over the next decade the company expanded rapidly, winning multiple awards and recognitions.
Horan and Bird are five-time winners of Master Electricians of the Year and five-time winners of Solar Installers of the Year. The company were proud winners of the Australian Small Business of the Year 2012, and later, won the 2014 Regional Employer of the Year.
In 2015, Horan and Bird was acquired by Origin Energy to create a specialised energy services division in the Origin Energy Group. Origin sells energy to more Australians than any other energy company. Origin has approximately 4.3 million electricity, natural gas and LPG customer accounts, including 391,000 solar customers.
We pride ourselves on punctuality, cleanliness and doing the best job every time. As a Horan and Bird customer, you can expect us to listen, communicate and follow up.
The Horan and Bird team is enthusiastic, professional and highly trained in all areas of their work. We guarantee total customer satisfaction and value. Our research and development department are pioneering new technology in energy solutions for households and businesses.
The Horan and Bird team is laser focused about the future of renewable energy and continuing to push forward with the goal of giving Australians more control of their energy needs.