16 February 2024 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Diversified renewable energy group NRG Panel of Castleblayney has announced that it will create up to 125 new highly skilled jobs across the island of Ireland within the next three to five years. CEO Conor Foley said this week that the business is investing heavily to drive the next stage of its growth, including plans to double business within the next three years, supported by its investor, leading private equity firm Melior Equity Partners.

Melior Equity Partners Fund II is backed by the European Investment Fund, the Irish Strategic Investment Fund, Bank of Ireland and AIB. Cavan/ Monaghan’s Minister for Social Protection and Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys, was in Castleblayney recently to officially open the company’s new offices, alongside Dr Ciaran Byrne, Director of National Retrofit, SEAI; Josephine Maguire, National Co-ordinator Better Energy, SEAI and local councillor Aidan Campbell. Minister Humphreys said this week: “I very much welcome the news that up to 125 jobs are to be created by NRG Panel and it was a great honour for me to be involved in the official opening…

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