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Caution urged to local farming community

ESB Networks has issued a public safety warning to the Westmeath farming community about transporting high loads of hay and straw which may come in contact with overhead electricity wires.

ESB and Bord na Móna reach financial closure on Oweninny wind farm project

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ESB and Bord na Móna have announced that financial closure has been reached on the €160m Oweninny project in north Mayo.

Christmas safety message from ESB Networks

ESB Networks would like to wish all of its customers a safe and happy Christmas this year, and would like to remind everyone to keep safe this holiday season.

ESB upgrade electricity network in Moate and Mount Temple

ESB Networks will start work next week on the final stage of a €600,000 investment programme to upgrade the electricity infrastructure in the Moate and Mount Temple areas of County Westmeath.

Summer safety message from ESB Networks

Summer is a great time for children and young people to explore their natural surroundings and have fun. We all use electricity every day but it has many potential hazards which we all must learn to be careful with. At this time of the year, ESB Networks would like to remind both parents and young people to always be aware of the potential dangers that electricity lines and poles can pose.  

No to posters on ESB electricity poles

ESB Networks is warning against the placing of posters on electricity poles/structures during the forthcoming referendum campaign.

ESB customers reminded to switch to cheaper rates

Labour councillor Harry Barrett is advising current ESB customers that they must contact the ESB directly to get a cheaper rate that is now on offer. Cllr Barrett has labelled this situation as “shoddy”, as the ESB announced recently that existing customers would have to make contact with the company in order to make the savings.

Mayo hoteliers condemn ESB wage increases

Mayo hoteliers have condemned as outrageous the decision by the board of the ESB to pay the 3.5 per cent wage increase under Towards 2016 (the first phase of the transition agreement). The Mayo branch of the Irish Hotels Federation has questioned whether the board of the ESB has fully grasped the perilous condition of the Irish economy and calls on the Commission on Energy Regulation (CER) to intervene immediately and instruct the board to reverse its decision and to disallow wage increases in the calculation energy tariffs. It states that any increases would further erode Irish industry’s competitiveness, particularly when the focus should now be on seeking whatever means possible to reduce electricity costs.

More power to the gas people?

THOUSANDS of electricity customers have already made enquiries about switching electricity provider to Bord Gais since the option to switch became available from noon on Wednesday.

More power to the gas people?

THOUSANDS of electricity customers have already made enquiries about switching electricity provider to Bord Gais since the option to switch became available from noon on Wednesday.

 

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