All the latest news from Gas Networks Ireland
Phase 2 Works Begins on Natural Gas Pipeline to Center Parcs, County Longford
Gas Networks Ireland is pleased to announce that the second phase of works to deliver natural gas to the Center Parcs site near Ballymahon, County Longford will begin on Monday 9th July, 2018. Comprising 27km of pipeline in total, the project is being delivered in two sections.¹
Major Boost for Limerick's Industrial Heritage
Gas Networks Ireland (GNI), in co-operation with Limerick Civic Trust, local heritage groups and Limerick City and County Council, is preserving a key piece of Limerick’s industrial heritage, a stone archway from the old Gasworks site.
Passengers Make Ireland's First Journey On A Biogas Bus
Bus travellers in Cork will be the first passengers to ride a ‘green bus’ in Ireland today.
Gas Networks Ireland is satisfied that there will be no adverse impact on gas flows on or after Brexit Day, 29th March 2019. We anticipate no disruption to the importation of gas from Great Britain to Ireland on a daily basis, even in the event of a No-Deal Brexit.
Our Seeds For Nature
The National Biodiversity Conference: New Horizons for Nature today announced its Conference Charter, ‘Our Seeds for Nature’.
Limerick Students win Nationwide Safety Competition sponsored by Gas Networks Ireland
Students from Ballybrown National School, Carrig East, Co. Limerick have won a nationwide competition to raise awareness of Carbon Monoxide and the dangers that it can pose in our homes.
Gas Networks Ireland Progress Naturally to a new energy future
Gas Networks Ireland has launched a new advertising campaign highlighting the importance of the gas network to Ireland’s economy and society.
Gas Networks Ireland confirms completion of twinning of Ireland to Scotland interconnector
Gas Networks Ireland has announced the completion of the twinning and commissioning of the Ireland to Scotland gas interconnector.
Gas Networks Ireland secures €100m EIB investment
Record funding will help enhance energy security
Major step forward to bring renewable gas on to gas network
Mitchelstown renewable gas project can supply up to 56,000 homes. Renewable gas has potential to deliver 6,500 jobs for rural Ireland.
Major Investment to Create Dark Fibre Loop Network
Aurora Network will deliver capacity to meet all current and future Broadband requirements for towns and cities on the corridor