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About ESB

ESB is Ireland’s foremost energy company and the largest supplier of renewable electricity in Ireland. Through innovation, expertise and investment, ESB is leading the way in developing a modern, efficient electricity system, capable of delivering sustainable and competitive energy supplies to our customers. Every day, ESB works for a brighter energy future by investing in low carbon generating technologies, building smarter electricity networks and working with others to find innovative solutions to today’s energy challenges.

Established in 1927, ESB is a strong, diversified and vertically integrated utility. ESB operates right across the electricity market, from generation through transmission, and distribution to supply. ESB also operates in a range of complementary sectors including telecommunications, international engineering consultancy and gas.

About Bord na Móna

Bord na Móna is an iconic Irish company operating four business units – Powergen Development, Resource Recovery, Energy and New Business. Over 80 years ago, Bord na Móna was established to develop Ireland’s peat resources for the economic benefit of Ireland. Ireland’s urgent need to support positive climate action measures means the company is now managing its land in a very different way.

As part of its Brown to Green Strategy, Bord na Móna is implementing an extensive peatland rehabilitation programme and expanding its low carbon operations as well as its Resource Recovery and recycling business. A key objective of this strategy involves using the land to continue to underpin Ireland’s energy independence by developing green, sustainable energy sources to assist with Ireland’s commitment to achieve 70% renewable electricity by 2030. The company is rapidly decarbonising and as it does it is building a new, more sustainable business and rural economy.

Bord na Móna has a strong record of siting, designing and delivering wind farms within its cutaway peat lands, such as Bellacorick, Bruckana, Mountlucas and Oweninny Wind Farms.