Mike Quinn

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Electrical sales from Bord na Móna’s Mountlucas and Bruckana wind farms fell by €5.2 million for the 12 months to the end of March. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bord na Móna has taken a €14 million hit on the purchase of a UK horticulture business, which was found to be in breach of the environmental regulatio(...)

Mountlucas wind farm in Co Offaly, owned by Bord na Móna. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It has not been a particularly good year for Bord na Móna, one of the Republic’s oldest State companies. On Monday it reported that pretax profits wer(...)

Mike Quinn, the chief executive of Bord Na Móna, will join Ervia in October in the same role.

Ervia, the parent company of Irish Water, has confirmed that Mike Quinn will replace Michael McNicholas as chief executive of the company in October. (...)

Mike Quinn is poised to take the chief executive role at Irish Water’s parent Ervia after being offered the job in recent days

BARRY O’HALLORAN Bord Na Móna chief executive Mike Quinn is poised to take the same role at Irish Water’s parent Ervia after being offered the job in(...)

Michael McNicholas: Ervia has been searching for a chief executive to replace him. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Bord na Móna chief executive Mike Quinn is understood to be a leading candidate for the same role at Irish Water’s parent, Ervia. The State-owned ho(...)

Once completed, the solar power project will provide renewable energy to power the equivalent of 150,000 homes, according to ESB and Bord na Móna. Photograph: iStock Photo

ESB and Bord na Móna will develop solar power in four locations in Roscommon and Offaly and after announcing a co-development agreement. Once complet(...)

Dublin Chamber chief executive Mary Rose Burke, Grant Thornton partner Brendan Foster and Bord na Mona chief executive Mike Quinn. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Single objections to planning permission are halting key infrastructure projects, the chief executive, of Bord na Móna, Mike Quinn, told a Dublin Cham(...)

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

Bord na Móna has acquired a 50 per cent stake in smart-grid technology firm Electricity Exchange for an undisclosed sum. The start-up, co-founded by (...)

Bord na Móna profits were hit as the group took a €23.6m impairment charge against the carrying value of its two thermal power stations at Edenderry. Photograph: Pat Sammon

Profit at Bord na Móna fell by about 50 per cent in the year to March as it wrote down the value of two power stations in Edenderry and booked loss on(...)

Bord na Móna has announced it will no longer harvest energy peat and will complete its move to a sustainable business within 15 years. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Bord na Móna has said the industrial scale exploitation of Ireland’s bogs will have ended in 15 years, with the peat briquette, that much-loved favour(...)

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