Natural gas heats your home, cooks your food, and helps create the electricity you use every day. It is cleaner and more affordable than fuels such as oil, coal, LPG and electricity.
Why natural gas?
There are 705,000 homes and businesses that use and trust natural gas
Produces less CO2 than other conventional fuels such as oil and coal
No need for orders, deliveries, bulky fuel tanks or surprise payments
Affordable energy bills
Natural gas is one of the most affordable fuels available to Irish customers. It's cheaper than bulk LPG (41%), LPG cylinders (68%) and electricity (72%). View more detail on the report outlining the cost benefits of natural gas.Connect today
Cleaner compared to other fuels
Nowadays, we are all more aware of our impact on the environment. Natural gas is cleaner compared to other conventional fuels – it can reduce your home’s carbon emissions, while helping you to improve your home’s energy rating. Using natural gas as your primary energy source produces less CO2 than electricity (36%), peat (42%), coal (39%), oil (20%) and LPG (10%). The combination of natural gas and solar panels is a practical, efficient way for new houses to achieve even further reductions in emissions. View more detail on the report outlining the environmental benefits of natural gas.
More convenient and reliable
Unmatched in terms of efficiency, reliability and controllability, natural gas is available at the push of a button. Experience a constant and uninterrupted supply piped straight to your home, 24 hours a week, 365 days a year, with no need to place an order, arrange deliveries or have a bulky oil tank.
Want to switch from oil to natural gas?
It's easy to make the switch from oil to clean and affordable natural gas for your home.
We've created a dedicated page that outlines the different steps in the process. Take the first one today and find out if your home can connect to natural gas.Switch today
Be part of a cleaner energy future
Today, more than 680,000 Irish homes rely on the gas network to provide safe, reliable, flexible and affordable energy to meet their needs. By gradually replacing natural gas with renewable, carbon neutral and ultimately zero carbon gases, such as biomethane and hydrogen, these same homes and more will be powered by increasingly cleaner energy. Renewable gas, which began flowing on the network in 2019, is the first step on this journey. Produced from agricultural and food waste, this renewable gas can be used through the existing boilers and appliances, meaning customers will be able to play their part in progressing Ireland towards a cleaner energy future, without changing a thing.