01 Mar, 2023
£65,233 - £94,986 yearly
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) is Ireland's independent energy and water regulator. The work of the CRU impacts every Irish home and business ensuring safe, secure and sustainable energy and water supplies for the benefit of all customers. The CRU operates within a policy and statutory framework set by Government and has responsibility for the economic regulation of energy and water, energy safety and consumer protection. Energy Safety Regulation The CRU is an evolving and expanding organisation with a current staff complement of 122 which is due to increase to 196 over the next three years. Much of this growth arises as CRU adapts to meet the challenges of the transformation of the energy and water sectors to align with a net-zero carbon and a digital future. In relation to our safety role, this manifests itself, for example, with the introduction of traditional, lower carbon fuels into new sectors (e.g. compressed natural gas in transport)....
Commission for Regulation of Utilities Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland Engineer