Solar Energy Firm To Create 60 New Jobs

Dublin-based solar energy firm, BNRG, has announced a new joint venture that will lead to the creation of 60 new jobs.

In partnership with French company Neoen, BNRG will develop, construct, own and operate a portfolio of 23 new solar projects in the South and East of the country.

Construction is due to begin in 2018, and once completed the planned total investment in renewable energy infrastructure is expected to exceed €220 million.

The overall project will employ up to 60 full-time positions in operation and maintenance.


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