Moneypoint staff to get first refusal of new green energy roles
Plans for workers at the Clare power station are outlined in Green Atlantic, the multibillion-euro roadmap for transitioning it to a clean energy hub
Workers at Moneypoint power station will be allowed transition into new clean-energy roles at the Clare power station as part of transformative new plans announced by the ESB late last week.
Green Atlantic is a multibillion-euro roadmap for transitioning Moneypoint from its exclusive coal power function to a green energy hub for the construction of wind turbines, a landing point for offshore wind energy, and a site for the production and storage of green hydrogen.
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