Since ESB was established in 1927, it has always endeavoured to bring light and energy to the people it serves, allowing individuals and communities to fulfil their potential in every walk of life.
This is achieved not only through the provision of critical energy infrastructure, but also through ESB's contribution to the economy in the form of investment, taxes, dividends and jobs.
As a strong, diversified, vertically integrated utility, ESB operates right across the electricity market: from generation, through transmission and distribution to supply.
ESB’s position as Ireland’s leading energy utility, its stable business profile and its solid financial position ensures it is well positioned to meet the challenges that lie ahead and to support its strategic ambition to lead the transition to reliable, affordable low-carbon energy for the benefit of its customers.
ESB is a business built on the strength of its people. We are proactively embedding new safety, sustainability, people development and corporate responsibility strategies within our operations. Our objective is to be a positive and effective partner for each of our stakeholders, our staff, our customers, the communities in which we operate and for our environment.
Electric Ireland has today reminded customers who are experiencing financial difficulty about its €2 million Covid Hardship Fund created earlier this year as part of a long-standing partnership with The Society of St. Vincent De Paul (SVP) and the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS).
KelTech IoT has today been announced as the winner at the ESB-hosted Grand Finale of this year’s Free Electrons programme. The Irish company was crowned the world’s best energy start-up of 2021 at the event after a final pitch presentation to some of the world’s leading utilities.
Dublin City University will represent Ireland at the international engineering and commerce competition, ENGCOMM 2022 after their team won this year’s ESB Inter-Colleges Challenge.
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