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Demand for gas decreased by 7% in 2023 as wind energy continues to rise: Gas Networks Ireland annual demand statement

The 2023 Gas Networks Ireland annual demand statement shows that overall demand for gas in Ireland decreased by 7% year-on-year when compared to 2022, due to an increase in energy powered by wind.

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Tipperary conviction for Gas Meter Tampering

Gas Networks Ireland has welcomed the verdict in a case relating to unlawful interference with a gas meter at an address in Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary.

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Storm Isha safety message from Gas Networks Ireland

As the operator of Ireland’s gas network, Gas Networks Ireland would like to reassure its 720,000 customers that it does not anticipate any disruption to gas supplies during Storm Isha.

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Mahon students get an insight to the ‘World of Work’

Second year students from Nagle Community College, Mahon, visited the headquarters of Gas Networks Ireland in Cork city as part of Business in the Community Ireland's (BITCI) nationwide education initiative.

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Storm Elin safety message from Gas Networks Ireland

As the operator of Ireland’s gas network, Gas Networks Ireland would like to reassure its 720,000 customers that it does not anticipate any disruption to gas supplies during Storm Elin.

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Gas demand surpasses previous records set for the month of November

In November, the last three days of the month saw exceptional levels of gas demand.

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No disruption to gas supply is expected this winter

Despite last winter’s historic demand for gas, no disruption to gas supply is expected this winter: forecasts Gas Networks Ireland

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Flogas Enterprise and Gas Networks Ireland Turn the Sod on Ireland’s First Dedicated BioCNG Refuelling Station

Today, large commercial and industrial energy supplier Flogas Enterprise, and operator of the national gas network, Gas Networks Ireland turned the sod on the Flogas Enterprise’s Bio-CNG refuelling station.

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Irish Industry ready to take up to 20% blends of hydrogen

More than 90% of equipment powered across industries and large businesses in Ireland is already capable of using up to 20% of hydrogen, when blended with natural gas, an all-island conference heard today.

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Minister Humphreys opens Ireland’s eighth CNG refuelling station

Gas Networks Ireland and Virginia International Logistics have taken another step forward in reducing emissions with the opening of Ireland’s eighth Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) refuelling station.

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