Former FG man Farrelly made new chair of Steorn spin-off
Company has also raised more than €100,000 from hundreds of small shareholders
Former Fine Gael TD and senator John V Farrelly is the new chairman of Hephaheat, after a boardroom reshuffle at the quick-boiling kettle maker that was spun out of free-energy company Steorn.
The company has also raised more than €100,000 from its hundreds of small shareholders – though the company had been aiming to raise €300,000, documents show.
It brings the total amount of investment from the company’s investors – most of whom had previously...
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