CoolPlanet to double workforce with 150 new roles

Wicklow-based decarbonisation company hopes to fill a broad variety of new roles in the next two years

Leo Clancy, Enterprise Ireland chief, Minister Simon Harris, Norman Crowley and Alan Keogh, CEO, CoolPlanet, at the announcement of 150 jobs for the company over the next two years. Picture: Paul Sherwood

CoolPlanet, the decarbonisation company, has announced plans to double its workforce with the creation of 150 new jobs.

The Wicklow-based firm’s recruitment drive - which will take place over the next two years - will see it take on new staff in a range of roles nationwide, including sales, product development, grid services and finance.

According to Alan Keogh, CoolPlanet’s chief executive, the expansion represents not just new jobs, “but opportunities for individuals to make ...