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 ten years of ENTSOG
EU Gas Representative Association marks key anniversary at Brussels Conference
€2,000 fine imposed for gas meter interference in Kildare
Gas Networks Ireland has welcomed the verdict in a case relating to unlawful interference with a gas meter.
Panda to open two Compressed Natural Gas Stations with support from Gas Networks Ireland
Gas Networks Ireland today entered into an agreement with Panda (part of the Beauparc group) to develop two publicly-accessible, fast-fill Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations in Dublin.
Works get underway to bring natural gas to Ballymahon
Works got underway last week to bring natural gas to Main Street Ballymahon, Co. Longford.
This Construction Safety Week Gas Networks Ireland reminds you to 'Dial Before You Dig'
Number of network strikes rising by over 20% as construction gathers pace again
Gas Networks Ireland outlines how decarbonising the gas network can reduce Ireland’s carbon emissions by one third
Speaking at the inaugural Irish Gas Forum, Denis O’Sullivan, Managing Director of Gas Networks Ireland, outlined how through a combination of technologies, Gas Networks Ireland can reduce Ireland’s overall CO2 emissions by a third.
Work is well underway on Ireland’s second public Compressed Natural Gas re-fuelling station in Cashel
Today, Gas Networks Ireland took delivery of the main components for a Compressed Natural Gas station in Ireland’s second publicly-accessible, fast-fill CNG station at Circle K’s Cashel premises.
Young people from Finglas participate in cross-border project
Yesterday, Co-operation Ireland launched its Dublin/Belfast Youth Leadership Programme in Gas Networks Ireland’s premises in Finglas, the programme’s main sponsor.
Young people from Bishopstown, Cobh and Knocknaheeny participate in cross-border project
Co-operation Ireland today launched its Cork/Belfast Youth Leadership Programme in the headquarters of Gas Networks Ireland in Cork, the programme’s main sponsor.
From Cavan to Caen, the first Zero Carbon Truck takes the Beef to France
Virginia International Logistics has become the first haulier in Ireland to complete a zero carbon Heavy Goods Vehicle’s (HGV) delivery to Europe.