All the latest news from Gas Networks Ireland
Gas Networks Ireland growing sustainably and responsibly
Gas Networks Ireland has reduced its carbon footprint by 27% over the last decade, according to the company’s 2019 Sustainability Report released today, Wednesday 19 August 2020.
Gas Networks Ireland acknowledges key role of Kinsale gas fields
The final commercial volumes of indigenous Irish gas flowed through the Inch terminal in County Cork last week.
Gas demand H1 2020 statement
Overall gas demand rose in Q1 but fell 8.3% in Q2 leading to an overall 2.3% decrease year on year (v 2019) in H1 according to half yearly figures released today by Gas Networks Ireland.
CRU lifts Covid-19 supports
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities last week ended several of its Covid-19 support programmes in line with Phase Three of the Government’s ‘Roadmap for Opening Society and Business’.
Gas Networks Ireland recommences all outdoor meter and project works
Gas Networks Ireland last week recommenced all outdoor activities and new connections, in line with Phase Three of the Government’s ‘Roadmap for Opening Society and Business’.
Naturgy becomes Ireland’s first supplier of biomethane to commercial energy users
Naturgy Ireland has become the first shipper in Ireland to supply biomethane to Irish businesses, following the opening of Ireland’s first dedicated renewable gas injection point in Cush, Co. Kildare.
Gas demand returning to normal in most sectors
Gas demand returning to normal in most sectors with hotel, leisure and related activities the outlier.
Tesco Ireland to partner with Kildare-based Green Generation to reduce its carbon emissions through sustainability innovation
Tesco becomes the first Irish retailer to purchase renewable gas made from its own surplus food to power stores.
Gas Networks Ireland encourages children to celebrate biodiversity on World Environment Day and enter its poster competition
Gas Networks Ireland is encouraging children to create a poster inspired by what Ireland’s Biodiversity means to them.
Befriend bees and celebrate biodiversity on World Environment Day
"Befriend bees and celebrate biodiversity" is the message from Gas Networks Ireland’s Sustainability Manager, Anne Moore, on World Environment Day.
Construction industry urged to avoid accidental damage to gas pipes
"Accidental damage to gas pipes can cause major disruption, serious injury and even death."