Irish Government To Seize Company Profits, Promising Energy Price Reductions

Dublin: Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has announced bold measures to alleviate the energy burden on households and businesses in Ireland. The government plans to seize excess profits from state-owned companies, such as ESB, and redistribute them to the people in an effort to reduce electricity charges. Varadkar revealed that certain state-owned enterprises have seen … Read more

ESB to raise charges for use of public electric car charging network by up to 52%

The ESB is raising rates by up to 52% for using its public electric vehicle charging stations. The additions will start on December 20. The company has increased the fees twice so far this year. The company acknowledged in a notification to customers that the price increase would be unwelcome news for customers, particularly at … Read more

600 clients in Dublin’s city centre experience major power outage

Dublin city centre has been struck by a power outage as ESB crews fix a fault in the Templebar area. According to ESB Networks, the issue at Bedford Row has affected more than 610 consumers, and they are working to find a solution. The company confirmed the problem on their Twitter account and the power … Read more

ESB to recruit 1,000 people to accelerate its Net Zero strategy

The Electricity Supply Board (ESB) is to recruit 1,000 people over the next three years to support the delivery of its ambitious Driven to Make a Difference: Net Zero by 2040 strategy.   As part of its transformative drive to deliver the infrastructure, services and associated customer-focused solutions required to achieve net zero emissions, ESB is seeking to … Read more