Brexit will have an effect on the wider Irish economy and all Irish businesses exporting to the UK. The potential long-term weakness in sterling combined with restrictions on movement of goods and services and potential border controls and tariffs could have significant impacts on the Company.
Investment in acquisition of White Moss which will help to minimise Brexit effect and secure Irish jobs.
Climate change and mitigation plan
Existing climate change targets will become more stringent over time.
Biomass: One of the largest logistics and supply infrastructural projects ever undertaken in Ireland.
Solar partnership with ESB.
Pipeline of large scale wind projects.
Planning for the future
Regulation and Planning
Sustainable infrastructural development requires a robust planning process. This should be carried out in a timely, cost efficient manner so that worthwhile development can take place and give certainty to key projects.
Bord na Móna engages in high levels of community consultation above and beyond what is required.
A strong foundation for growth
Executing our plan
We have set out a challenging transformation plan for 2030.
Maintain engagement and commitment set out in Sustainability 2030 as we invest in infrastructure, quality employment, technology and people.
Investing in tomorrow today
Business transformation and sustained investment are fundamental elements of our 2030 plan as we work towards our goal to create a sustainable future.
• Biomass supply chain
• US pellet plant
• White Moss acquisition
• Wind farms and solar
• Derrinlough biomass briquette plant
• Foynes Ovoid plant.
Adapting & evolving
A culture of transformation
A positive culture of transformation will enable our people to play their part as Bord na Móna transitions.
• Identifying and retaining talent
• Development of existing talent
• Creation of quality employment.