A meeting took place between union reps and the company on Friday.
Bord na Móna is "shooting in the dark" when it comes to the future of jobs in the midlands - according to Siptu.
The company met with trade union reps on Friday.
But SIPTU Energy Organiser Willie Noone says Bord na Móna is refusing to engage with a Workplace Relations Commission forum, and is continually avoiding questions around the future of the midlands power stations, re-deployment of staff, and pension schemes.
€31 million was allocated to the government's decarbonisation plans in last month's Budget, but Mr. Noone doesn't feel it should be spent until Bord na Móna clearly outlines its intentions:
Representatives for Bord na Móna staff may need to start a political campaign if uncertainty over their jobs continues.
Mr. Noone says the group of unions is working to minimise the number of jobs lost in the midlands - but is struggling with a lack of engagement from Bord na Móna: