Viridian reports slump in turnover
Viridian operates the Huntstown power plant in Dublin and is a big player in the gas and electricity markets
Viridian, the Northern Ireland-based energy company, recorded a slump in turnover in the run up to its sale of the investment company I Squared Capital this year.
Viridian, which operates the Huntstown power plant in Dublin and is a big player in the gas and electricity markets, booked revenue of £286 million (€340 million) in the three months to the end of June, a decrease of almost 11.5 per cent.
The company blamed the fall on...
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