Tuesday February 18, 2020

Panda Power to enter Irish market

5th June, 2015
Panda will enter the Irish electricity market from today

Recycling group Panda plans to invest €40 million in the first phase of its rollout after it received approval from the Commission for Energy Regulation to enter the Irish electricity market.

Panda Power, which will enter the market from today, said it plans to compete aggressively on price, offering a discount unit rate of 15.47 cent, the lowest on the market.

The waste collection group, which recorded turnover of €95 million last year, plans a phased...

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