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SSE Airtricity

SSE Airtricity

At SSE Airtricity we’re proud to make a difference.

From small beginnings we’ve grown to become Ireland’s second largest energy provider, supplying greener electricity and natural gas to over 800,000 homes and businesses on the island.

We’re proud too to be making a difference to the future of Ireland’s energy supply. Since 2008 our parent company, the FTSE Top-50 listed SSE plc, has invested over €2 billion, or around €1 million a day, in growing our energy business here – creating jobs in Ireland, sustaining employment, driving competition and greening our economy.

In energy generation, we now own and operate 1836MW of generation capacity, of which almost 550MW is from renewable sources making SSE Airtricity the largest provider of wind power in Ireland.

We’ve commissioned Ireland’s newest and one of its cleanest power plants – the 460MW CCGT (combined cycle gas turbine) power station at Great Island, Co. Wexford which can generate enough greener energy to power over half a million Irish homes. We’re also building the 169MW Galway Wind Park in partnership with Coillte – when completed it will become Ireland’s largest wind farm.

The green energy generated by SSE at its 25 wind farms across Ireland powers almost 300,000* Irish homes, significantly abating harmful Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions on the island by around 725,000* tonnes. Just over 60% of the electricity we supply is generated from renewable energy sources – almost twice the All-Island average.

*Equivalent homes powered and CO2 abated calculations based on performance in 2014 of SSE Airtricity wind farms in Ireland.

60% renewable energy supply based on 2014 Fuel Mix Disclosure, published by the Commission for Energy Regulation, July 2015.

 

Proud to make a difference across Ireland:

We’re proud too to be making a difference to the future of Ireland’s energy supply.

  • We’ve invested €2 billion, or around €1 million a day, in delivering a greener energy infrastructure in Ireland and in delivering customer savings in energy supply.
  • We’ve brought energy savings totalling over €100 million so far since 2009 to our home energy customers.
  • We’ve commissioned Ireland’s newest and one of its cleanest power plants – the 460MW CCGT (combined cycle gas turbine) power station at Great Island, Co. Wexford. One of the most efficient generating plants in the country, SSE’s Great Island CCGT can generate enough greener energy to power over half a million Irish homes, significantly decarbonising power generation on the island.
  • We’re building Ireland’s largest wind farm, the 169MW Galway Wind Park. Developed in partnership with Coillte, and representing an investment of €280million, the project will employ over 350 people during its construction. When completed it will be Ireland’s largest wind farm, capable of powering over 80,000 homes, equivalent to almost 90% of the homes in co. Galway.
  • We’re generating almost 550MW of renewable energy, powering almost 300,000 homes.
  • We’ve contributed nearly €1bn to Irish GDP in the financial year 2014/15, according to a study conducted by professional services firm PwC, supporting 6,460 jobs here.
  • We employ over 1,000 people across the island doing everything from helping customers with questions about their bills to generating clean green renewable energy.
  • We’re a market-leader in award-winning digital service with around 65% of all customer interactions performed via the company’s online, digital and mobile platforms.
  • We’ve broadened our operations to enter the energy services market providing expert gas boiler servicing, repair and installation solutions to all domestic and commercial customers.
  • We’re keeping communities safe by maintaining 250,000 street lights, around two thirds of all public lighting in Ireland.
  • We’ve donated almost 500 days in employee volunteering to over 50 Irish good causes in the last year, representing a 55% participation rate by all staff.
  • We’ve invested over €4.5 million so far into local communities from our community funds, supporting over 1,750 projects that are transforming schools, communities and sports clubs around our wind farms.

Overall rating
3.3
Based on 20 employee reviews
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SSE Airtricity Jobs
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Project Support Officer

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  • Updated 20/11/2018
  • Dublin

Check out our new role in Wholesale Development!

Electrician

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  • Updated 15/11/2018
  • Dublin

We have an opening for a permanent Electrician in Dublin!

Domestic Credit Controller

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  • Updated 15/11/2018
  • Dublin

SSE Airtricity has an exciting opportunity for a Credit Controller within our Domestic Credit Control team!

Campaigns and Loyalty Planner

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  • Updated 14/11/2018
  • Dublin

SSE Airtricity has an opening for a Campaigns and Loyalty Planner.

SSE Airtricity reviews
(20)

Good step on the career ladder, a revolving door of talent.

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in Nov 2018
14/11/2018

The Best Bits

People, Job Opportunities and Career Progression. Flexible Hours, Approachable Management and Human Resources. Good Employee Engagement and Sports and Social

Things to improve

No parking in SSE or around the general area, 7 years on a waiting list for Company Car Park. Canteen is overpriced. No staff discount. Too many surveys i.e. GPTW, when no change is implemented.

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Horrible company to work in

Employee in Property in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2017
06/11/2018

The Best Bits

Share options, pension, bonus and wages were pretty good

Things to improve

Culture as it is very poor and intimidating. Respect for workers as management do not show this to staff

About The Job

A general dogs body and completing many enerous tasks

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Hard times at the start, but enjoyable 

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in Nov 2018
06/11/2018

The Best Bits

The staff are friendly and always willing to teach.  The hours are flexible and easy going.

Things to improve

Communication could be a small bit better and forward planning needs to be planned better.

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