Viridian is a leading independent energy company in the all-Ireland market with two main brands, Energia in the Republic and Power NI north of the border

Energy group Viridian’s new owner may use the Irish company to buy similar businesses in Britain, according to one of its partners. Specialist invest(...)

Viridian is a leading independent energy company in the all-Ireland market with two main brands, Energia in the Republic and Power NI north of the border

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund is believed to have stepped back from its involvement in a consortium bidding for Viridian, the Belfast-based e(...)

Energy group Viridian moved back into the black last year, posting an after tax profit of €7.5 million, compared to a loss of €21.9 million the previous year.

Energy group Viridian moved back into the black last year, posting an after tax profit of €7.5 million, compared to a loss of €21.9 million the previo(...)

Centrica managing director of Ireland Eddy Collier: “I love Ireland. It’s easy to live here.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Eddy Collier’s office, five floors above Dublin’s leafy Grand Canal banks, is a comfortable affair: a large desk, a snug couch big enough for a pow(...)

“I don’t think there was a proper debate about what a lower rate of corporation tax could mean. I believe it could be a game-changer”

Leaders of organisations that make promises to their shareholders on which they fail to deliver normally have to pay for it in one way or another. So,(...)

Energia has renewed its sponsorship of The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk for a second year. The deal has been extended for an undisclosed sum as part of (...)

Viridian’s initial public offering (IPO) is expected to be launched before the end of the year with the listing likely to be in London. Photograph: Sergio Perez/Reuters

Bahrain bank Arcapita has hired JP Morgan to lead a share listing for Irish energy firm Viridian Group, in a deal that could give the firm a value, in(...)

Energia operates two major generating power stations in Dublin and a number of wind farms throughout the country

Energia, which currently has a 28 per cent of the business electricity and gas market across the island of Ireland, has entered the residential market(...)

Pat Rabbitte was at pains to emphasise that the process had been exhaustive with ‘significant international interest’

It is back to square one for the Government, in its attempt to sell off Bord Gáis Energy (BGE) for a “fair value”. The problem is nobody except the St(...)

The Department of Energy said ‘all options’, including a flotation, a renewed sale or a break-up of Bord Gáis, were back on the table.

The Government has been told by the European Commission that it has until April to either sell Bord Gáis Energy (BGE), the company’s retail arm, or hi(...)