Bord na Móna chief executive Mike Quinn and Electricity Exchange co-founder Paddy Finn. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Limerick-based smart grid operator Electricity Exchange will double its headcount in the next 12 months as it moves to a new office, enabling it to gr(...)

Electric Ireland’s smarter home technology.

Electric Ireland is pushing a new range of smart home products to customers in an attempt to boost energy efficiency and reduce waste. The company is(...)

 Oyindamola Ojo (37), of Brega Hamlet Lane, Balbriggan, Dublin, pictured leaving Dublin Circuit Criminal Court where she received a three year suspended sentence.  Photograph: Collins Courts.

A mother-of-six has received a three year suspended sentence for her role in a complex money laundering operation involving her home country of Nigeri(...)

Bann Road solar farm: facility will produce enough clean energy from the sun to offset nearly a million tonnes of CO2.

SSE Airtricity has reached a deal with renewable energy developer BayWa to supply green energy to 14,000 homes through Ireland’s largest solar farm. (...)

Dublin and Kilkenny have reached the last four of the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Dublin advanced to the semi-finals of the Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Hurling Championship after a narrow 1-11 to 1-8 win over Laois at Parnell Pa(...)

Company says reduction will benefit customers’ average residential gas customer with a saving of €39.47 per year

Electric Ireland has announced it will reduce its gas unit prices for its residential customers by 5 per cent from October 1st. The company said the (...)

The Rio 2016 Olympic Games are expected to burn through $12 billion when “legacy spending” is taken into account. Photograph: AFP/Johannes Eisele/Getty Images

1. The price tag may have broken Brazil, but it hasn’t broken records The official cost of Rio 2016 is $4.1 billion (€3.7 billion), the organisers (...)

Electric Ireland’s head of marketing Lisa Browne (left), pictured with Katie Taylor, Paul McGinley and group sponsorship  and activation manager Edel McCarthy. Photograph: Anthony Woods

Electric Ireland’s sponsorship activity for the Rio Olympics will go beyond physical fitness to highlight the “innate mental strength” required to be (...)

ESB headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Changes introduced since 2000 mean the ESB is no longer a State-owned monopoly that generates electricity and supplies it to all households and busine(...)

The mail purporting to come from Electric Ireland seeks both banking details and a scanned copy of an individual’s passport

Electric Ireland has issued a warning about a scam email circulating that seeks to deceive people into providing personal financial information. The c(...)

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