Hanley Energy is expanding in Ireland and will develop a new manufacturing facility in Monaghan. Moreover, the expansion project also includes development of an existing facility in Dundalk, Co Louth. In addition, the project is likely to create 225 new jobs in Ireland.

70,000 square foot new facility

Hanley Energy is a critical power and energy management services company in the North-East. The company is planning to expand in Ireland. They are planning to open a new 70,000 square foot facility in Monaghan Town. The purpose is to meet the increasing demand for installation and service of its equipment which serves the growing critical power market. Moreover, the company already have offices Meath, Cavan, Louth and Monaghan.

“Due to increased demand from our export markets, we are expanding our manufacturing base in Dundalk and Monaghan to facilitate our continued growth. We will be recruiting top talent for these 225 roles over the next three months. These include electrical apprentices, qualified electricians, general operatives, electrical and mechanical design engineers and associated administration staff across health and safety, finance, HR and production. The continued support from Enterprise Ireland has made this expansion possible and we look forward to a successful recruitment campaign in the North-East region.” Co-founder and managing director, Hanley Energy Dennis Nordon said in a statement.

225 new jobs

Furthermore, the expansion at Hanley Energy will bring 225 new jobs in Ireland. Importantly, the energy services company will start the recruitment process over the next three months. Moreover, the Hanley Energy is looking to hire electrical and mechanical engineers, apprenticeships, general operatives and production staff. Currently, Hanly Energy is employing more than 650 people.

Support from Enterprise Ireland

Significantly, Enterprise Ireland is supporting these jobs. “Hanley Energy’s growth will play an important role in Ireland continuing to have a positive impact in the rapidly growing energy efficiency and management sector globally and enable the company to realize growth opportunities from the low-carbon transition.” Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland said in a statement.

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