Did you know?

The Ardnacrusha power station was built as part of the Shannon Scheme and is considered the most ground-breaking infrastructure project ever constructed in Ireland and it is still generating power for the ESB today. 

The  ESB operates across the electricity market: from generation and transmission to distribution and supply.

In Generation, ESB currently operates 11 thermal stations, 19 windfarms and 10 hydro stations in Ireland and the UK, one of which is Ardnacrusha – located on the Lower River Shannon near Limerick.

About Ardnacrusha Generating Station…