CIB News: Hanley creates 10 new jobs

Meath-based cleantech firm Hanley Energy is to create 10 new jobs in their Stamullen headquarters.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
24th November, 2013

Meath-based cleantech firm Hanley Energy is to create 10 new jobs in their Stamullen headquarters. The jobs will in the areas of software engineering, electrical assembly, and business development. The announcement follows Hanley being named in the top 10 cleantech companies in the world at the Global Cleantech Cluster Association awards. Hanley also won the Best Cleanweb/IT category at the awards. "These Global Top 10 are all companies with significant achievements and strong local ties...

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