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Gas Networks Ireland involved in major European hydrogen project

Gas Networks Ireland is participating in a major European project to help the European Union meet its new accelerated goals and radically increase the use of hydrogen by 2030.

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€30m investment into renewable gas project

Gas Networks Ireland is expected to begin construction of Ireland’s first large-scale renewable gas injection facility next summer.

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Warm weather in May sees gas demand drop 7%

Warm weather during May contributed to a 7% decline in overall gas demand during the month, with the education (-58%), residential (-50%) and laundry (-22%) sectors all falling month-on-month.

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It’s Time to Count! Gas Networks Ireland partners with local Cork school for numeracy support programme

Third class pupils at Scoil Aiséirí Chríost in Farranree played games and had fun while improving their maths skills through an eight-week programme of specially designed numeracy.

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Kilkenny students win national carbon monoxide safety competition

Ben Dunphy, Eoin Tobin and Danny Walsh from sixth class in Carrigeen National School, won a nationwide poster competition to raise awareness of carbon monoxide and the dangers that it can pose in our homes.

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Gas Networks Ireland’s Liam Nolan elected as President of MARCOGAZ

Ireland will be at the forefront of Europe’s gas network decarbonisation, with Offaly’s Liam Nolan elected as President of MARCOGAZ, one of Europe’s leading gas associations.

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Gas Networks Ireland involved in major European hydrogen project

Gas Networks Ireland is participating in a major European project to help the European Union meet its new accelerated goals and radically increase the use of hydrogen by 2030.

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No disruption to gas supply forecast for summer months

Gas Networks Ireland does not envisage any disruption to gas supply during the summer months according to the network operator’s 2022 Summer Outlook.

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April Gas Demand Statement

The critical role of gas in Ireland’s energy mix came to the fore again in April, reliably generating more than half the country’s electricity as the contribution from wind generation dropped to approximately one third.

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The awards keep coming for Tommy

Tommy McAnairey, the animated canary character who is regularly seen on the small screen crooning about the dangers of carbon monoxide, has won the international Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) Gas Safety Award at the Gas Industry Awards.

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Can Energy System Integration Accelerate Ireland to Net-Zero Carbon Emissions?

Whether energy system integration can help Ireland achieve its climate action targets and how energy systems should evolve are questions that the NexSys research programme is hoping to answer.

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