Annual Report 2017

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Our Business Model
Using our resources for the benefit of all

Bord na Móna believes that, in order to achieve sustainable success, we need to be acutely aware of the long-term interests of our shareholders, customers, employees and communities. Our unique business model sets clear priorities which allow us to actively manage a diverse portfolio to create shareholder value. This model supports economic development and helps to improve the quality of life of our Communities through our focus on renewable energy. Our many diverse businesses also enable us to generate a range of employment, investment, infrastructure and revenues for Government and different local communities.

 

 

Inputs

The resources and relationships we depend on to operate as a business:

People

  • Knowledge
  • Experience

Land

  • Scale and location

Resources

  • Wind
  • Sun
  • Peat
  • Biomass
  • Waste

Financial capital

  • Profits re-invested
  • External capital

Shareholder expectations

Communities

  • Engagement and consultation

What we do

 

Understand

(Needs & opportunities)

Market

Customers

Consumers

External influences

  • Political
  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Technological

Community requirements

Regulatory requirements

 

Source

Indigenous sources

  • Peat
  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Biomass
  • Waste

Imported sources

  • Biomass (US and Africa)
 

Supply

Electricity

  • Renewable
  • Peat

Growing media

  • Retail
  • Professional

Solid fuel

Waste collection and processing

  • Domestic
  • Commercial

Biomass

 

Recover

Land rehabilitation

Resource Recovery

  • Paper
  • Plastics
  • Composting

Energy from waste

Green waste composting

Stakeholder benefits

Key stakeholders

Shareholders

Employees

Communitees

Customers

Suppliers

Investors

Consumers

Key benefits

  • High quality sustainable employment centred in the Midlands
  • Securing indigenous renewable energy to deliver government policy
  • Guardianship of 200,000 acres of land
  • Amenities
  • Investment
  • Infrastructure
  • Social responsibility programmes
  • Reputation
  • Quality goods and services
  • Innovation
  • Cash
  • Consistent rate of return
  • Cleaner environment
  • Attracting inward investment
  • Shareholder dividends

Process Key