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.
Going the extra mile for those cocooning in our communities
Supporting our cocooning older family members, friends and neighbours has been a priority for many of us in recent weeks.
Anne Moore appointed Sustainability Manager at Gas Networks Ireland
With a background spanning 22 years in Environment and Health and Safety roles, Anne Moore was recently appointed as Gas Networks Ireland’s Sustainability Manager.
Gas critical to power generation demand throughout April and May
Seventy-eight per cent of Ireland’s power generation for the first two weeks of May was provided by gas, according to data released by the country’s electricity system operator, Eirgrid.
Celebrating 'Everyday Heroes'
Last week Gas Networks Ireland teamed up with a number of regional radio stations and local restaurants to acknowledge ‘everyday heroes’ who are making a difference in the community.
Responding to gas escapes and carbon monoxide issues within the hour, every hour
Gas Networks Ireland’s Emergency Dispatch Team creates, monitors and dispatches response work for the distribution network that brings gas to our homes and communities.
Supply Suspension Scheme announced
Gas Networks Ireland has agreed with the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) to forego network usage charges for a period of 90 days for certain businesses who are not consuming gas as a result of Covid-19.
Keeping gas flowing and the lights on
Gas Networks Ireland’s Grid Control team in Cork is one of our business critical teams, working 24/7 to ensure that gas flows across our network.
Our gas network is in good hands
Due to Covid-19, GNI is seeing an increase in gas demand across the country and now, more so than ever, delivering a safe, reliable and secure gas supply to our 700,000 gas customers 24/7 is crucial.
Gas Networks Ireland suspends meter readings
Gas Networks Ireland, the owner and operator of Ireland’s gas transmission and distribution network, today announced the suspension of all non-essential work, including meter readings.
Gas Networks Ireland suspends non-essential operations
Gas Networks Ireland, the owner and operator of Ireland’s gas transmission and distribution network today announced that it has ceased certain non-essential operations.