A energy station in Co Longford is free to reopen quickly, in accordance to a union agent.
Lough Ree Power Plant in Lanesborough shut very last month simply because of environmental fears.
Almost 150 work opportunities are in jeopardy at a close by Bord na Móna procedure which materials the facility.
Yesterday, the Environmental Protection Company (EPA) gave the ESB guidelines on a revised licence, which could permit the plant to reopen in early September.
But SIPTU’s Willie Noone believes it need to reopen promptly, due to the fact the EPA never forced it to near.
“My expectations are that the ESB would expedite having the data out to the general public pertaining to when they intend to have Lough Ree Electrical power Station working yet again,” explained Mr Noone.
“There is no rationale why they have to wait till the close of the session time period which is on September 3.
“There is no impediment now to working that station immediately.”