Galway Energy Firm Secures €2m Contract

A Co Galway renewable energy firm has secured a contract that will create 10 new jobs.

Éire Composites Teoranta, based in Indreabhán, Connemara has secured the €2m contract with the European Space Agency, with Irish Enterprise Minister, Batt O' Keefe due to make a formal announcement today (Monday).

The company is supported by Údarás na Gaeltachta and designs and manufactures renewable energy products for the aerospace and wind energy sector among others.


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