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ESB said it would spend €15 million on energy-management and efficiency projects in 2018.

State-owned ESB’s Smart Energy Services division says it will save 300 Irish and British businesses €150 million on their energy bills between now and(...)

Head office of the ESB in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

ESB finance, a wholly owned subsidiary of the ESB, has reported a significant jump in pretax profit from €4,000 in 2015 to €3 million last year. The j(...)

Electric Ireland, ESB’s supply business, reduced electricity unit prices for its residential customers by 6 per cent at the start of June

The ESB has reported an operating profit of €287 million in interim results, for the first half of the year. It said the figure was down €50 million(...)

The power station, which was commissioned in 2002, opened amid controversy, having been built by ESB shortly before the electricity market was deregulated

The ESB subsidiary that runs the Dublin Bay power plant in Ringsend saw profits rise by almost a quarter last year, newly filed accounts show. Synerg(...)

Total dividends paid during the past ten years by ESB to the Exchequer amount to almost €1.5 billion

ESB reported a 43 per cent jump in pretax profits last year, as it paid a final dividend to the State of €214 million. The energy group, which employ(...)

A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent from his personal bank email has won a six year battle for his reinstatement.   Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins.

A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent (...)

Kevin Foley of the Labour Relations Commission is charing the ESB Industrial Council meeting that will assess the case. Photograph: Eric Luke

Unions representing ESB staff and company representatives made opposing presentations to an internal tribunal on Thursday over a pay claim submitted (...)

Representatives of ESB staff lodged a claim in the autumn that sought pay rises of 3.5 per cent a year for the next three years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Workers at State-owned energy group ESB are seeking pay rises of 3.5 per cent annually over three years.The company’s unions and management both conf(...)

John McSweeney, ESB’s head of innovation, is to retire later this year. He will depart about the same time as deputy chief executive Bríd Horan, whose departure was announced last week.

Senior management at ESB held a series of discussions with its trade unions in recent months at which they were told workers strongly opposed the prop(...)

File photograph of Brendan Ogle addressing protestersat at a Unite trade union protest in 2010. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / THE IRISH TIMES

Brendan Ogle, the ESB Group of Unions (GoU) secretary who led its workers to the brink of industrial action shortly before Christmas, will step down f(...)

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