Tag Archives: ESB

This morning.

Dublin, location unspecified.

James writes:

I saw this about 11am… The clampers said they should get a permit for every time they have a call out… Just when you thought your electricity repair man would be on time!



This afternoon.

The Jam Art Factory,  14, Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin.

Mark writes:

We’ve created a romantic candle lit shop today in  our Temple Bar shop for a unique shopping experience (all welcome)…. And due to the lack of power that the ESB are trying to fix


This afternoon.

Laura writes:

“Crews working for ESB Networks repair one of the main power lines in Co Limerick which feeds into Charleville, [North Cork] today. An estimated 8,000 homes and 10,000 businesses are still without power following the storms”.

ESB warns all services may not be restored until end of week (Irish Times)

(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)


ESB2Hundreds of ESB workers gather outside the ESB’s headquarters on Lower Fitzwilliam Street in Dublin.

They’re protesting an approval, made at today’s AGM, to pay a €78.4m dividend to the State/exchequer.

The workers claim the move is unlawful and that it will undermine the semi-State body’s ability to sort out a €1.6billion deficit in the ESB’s pension fund.

ESB workers protest over planned dividend to State (RTÉ)

ESB staff try to halt €500m dividend payments to State over pension dispute (Irish Times)

Pics: Emily