The potential issue would make the Electricity Supply Board (ESB) the first non financial institution in Europe to tap the lucrative Sukuk market Kieran Donoghue, Head of the Irish Development Authority (IDA), told Reuters that the IDA is assisting the ESB with a potential Sukuk issue that might help the company raise $1.
What does ESB stand for?
ESB stands for Electricity Supply Board (Ireland)
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We have 191 other meanings of ESB in our Acronym Attic
- École de Surf de Bretagne (French: Surf School in Bretagne; Brittany, France)
- École Supérieure de Banque (Algerian school)
- École Supérieure du Bois (French wood processing school)
- Economic Services Bureau (Hong Kong)
- Edwards School of Business (Canada)
- Effective Sample Base
- Elastic Storage Buffer
- Electrical Stimulation of the Brain
- Electrical Substitution Bolometer
- Électricité Sylvain Bezos (French electric company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Even Ireland is a player with the new wind farm near Ammanford being owned by the Electricity Supply Board, an arm of the Irish Government.
He revealed details of the project as he signed an agreement with Ireland's Electricity Supply Board International (ESBI), which will carry out the work.
Its purchase of the branch network of the Electricity Supply Board (ESB) last year paved the way with more than 50 stores.
Byline: John Penman BANK of Scotland are to buy Ireland's Electricity Supply Board (ESB) retail business for pounds 83 million, giving them access to a nationwide branch network.
Thurles District Court found the Electricity Supply Board to be liable in February, but undisclosed damages were not awarded until last week.
Ireland is to launch a 50m-euro trial of broadband powerline technology, in which data is transmitted over electricity lines, the Irish government and the country's Electricity Supply Board said this week.