Airtricity

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It was surely the sweetest Dublin Marathon victory in 20 years, Sean Hehir becoming first Irish men’s race winner since John Treacy in 1993 – altho(...)

It costs an estimated €49,000 per annum to run the average Irish household

While a net income of just under €50,000 might sound like a lot of cash, it can be burned through very quickly by families trying to keep the wheels o(...)

DSD club-mates Joe Sweeney and Maria McCambridge are the favourites to win the Airtricity Dublin Marathon on Bank Holiday Monday. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Not since John Treacy survived a minor hamstring cramp in the last mile to win the 1993 edition has the Dublin Marathon produced an Irish men’s winner(...)

The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists will guide runners through post-race recovery.

Thousands of runners will be hitting the streets of the capital next Monday for the Airtricity Dublin Marathon. The Irish Society of Chartered Physiot(...)

PrePay Power has a near 2.7 per cent share of the domestic market, which is dominated by ESB, Bord Gáis and Airtricity. The Irish-owned company is adding more than 5,000 customers a month and is the biggest prepay provider in the market.

Independent electricity provider PrePay Power is planning to raise an additional €4 million via a loan note to support its expansion in the domestic m(...)

Glendalough Trail Run:  If the weather is right, this is a spectacular way to end your competitive running season.

It’s getting dark earlier, there’s a nip in the air and the kids have gone back to school. Summer may be behind us but there is still a host of races (...)

Eddie O’Connor of Mainstream Renewable Power: “We now have one of the biggest energy investors in the world on board.”    Photograph: Frank Miller

The Japanese trading house Marubeni has agreed to pay €100 million for a 25 per cent stake in Mainstream Renewable Power, the wind energy company cont(...)

Viridian subsidiary  Energia will launch a domestic service in the Republic offering lower electricity and natural gas prices to householders.

Energy group Viridian plans to enter the Republic’s domestic market in the autumn, raising the prospect of increased competition and lower electricity(...)

Ian Thom, chief executive of Viridian: “We will want to be competitive against the market. You have got be price competitive, otherwise you won’t get off first base.” <QA0>
photograph: paul moane/aurora pa

Irish energy group Viridian has an indirect connection with an offbeat bit of legal history. A month ago, part of its biggest shareholder, Bahrain-bas(...)

The Government is selling the State company’s energy business, said to be worth over €1 billion

At least two of the international utilities said to have been circling Bord Gáis Energy were reported to have submitted initial bids for the State-own(...)

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