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Gas Networks Ireland and Circle K open two new public Compressed Natural Gas stations

Ireland is two steps closer to decarbonising the nation’s heavy vehicle transport sector, with the country’s third and fourth publicly-accessible, fast-fill Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations, now open at Circle K’s forecourt at Clonshaugh in Dublin and Ballysimon Road in Limerick City.

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Ervia’s energy leaders advise on moving Ireland towards a net zero carbon future

Cathal Marley, Ervia Chief Executive Officer, spoke about the significant challenge Ireland is facing in delivering on its net zero vision at last week’s 25th annual Energy Ireland conference.

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Biomethane: a sustainable solution for Irish farmers and energy security

More than 270 interested parties, including farmers, developers and industry bodies, heard how agriculturally produced biomethane can be delivered sustainably and at scale to decarbonise Ireland’s energy system.

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Gas Networks Ireland and Circle K open two new public Compressed Natural Gas stations

Ireland is two steps closer to decarbonising the nation’s heavy vehicle transport sector, with the country’s third and fourth publicly-accessible, fast-fill Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations, now open at Circle K’s forecourt at Clonshaugh in Dublin and Ballysimon Road in Limerick City.

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July Gas Demand Statement

Irish gas demand rose by 3% in July compared to June but was 7% lower than the same month in 2020, with milder weather and the continued closure of a number of gas-fired power plants the largest factors.

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Gas Networks Ireland releases third sustainability report

Gas Networks Ireland exceeded the national Public Sector Energy Efficiency Target by 14% last year, delivering a 47% energy improvement across its offices and fleet according to its 2020 sustainability report released today.

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Gas Networks Ireland celebrates sustainability report with new Leave No Trace partnership

In a European first, Gas Networks Ireland has marked the launch of its 2020 sustainability report by partnering with environmental group, Leave No Trace Ireland, to help restore Glengarra Wood in Co. Tipperary as part of the international “Hot Spot” programme.

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Fair City’s Pete should have listened to Tommy

RTÉ Fair City’s Pete Ferguson failed to heed the advice of famed fictional canary balladeer, Tommy McAnairey.

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Gas Networks Ireland again recognised for Health and Safety excellence

Gas Networks Ireland was named as the winner in the ‘Utilities’ category at the Health & Safety Excellence Awards 2021 which took place online on Thursday July 29th.

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“Don’t be like Fair City’s Pete; use a Registered Gas Installer”

Please put safety in your home first. What Pete did is not only dangerous, but it’s also illegal. By law, only a registered gas installer is permitted to work on domestic natural gas and LPG installations.

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June and Mid-Year Demand Statement

Gas demand in the first half of the year closed substantially up across virtually all sectors of the Irish economy compared to the same period last year.

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