Viridian to close Dublin power plants

29th July, 2018

Viridian, the Northern Ireland energy company, has said it is still planning on closing its two power plants in Huntstown in Dublin in October and has set aside £125 million (€140 million) to cover the cost of the closure.

The company has also extended protective redundancy notice for 40 staff in the two electricity generating plants in north Dublin to the end of September. They have been on protective notice since the start of the...

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