All the latest news from Gas Networks Ireland
Gas Networks Ireland Forecasts No Disruption to Gas Supply for Winter Months
Gas Networks Ireland does not envisage any disruption to gas supply during the winter months according to the network operator’s 2022/23 Winter Outlook.
Tallaght 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 on Brookview Drive, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Gas Networks Ireland suspends works in Waterford
As the safety of our staff, customers and the public is paramount, we have temporarily suspended all works, except for emergency repairs, in Waterford while the status red weather warnings are in place.
Storm safety message from Gas Networks Ireland
As the operator of Ireland’s gas network, Gas Networks Ireland would like to reassure its 710,000 customers that it does not anticipate any disruption to gas supplies during the forecasted storms.
Storm Barra safety message from Gas Networks Ireland
As the operator of Ireland’s gas network, Gas Networks Ireland would like to reassure its 706,000 customers that it does not anticipate any disruption to gas supplies during Storm Barra.
Renewable gas certification scheme live in Ireland
August 19, 2022: Ireland has taken another significant step towards meeting its climate action targets, with a formal certification process now in place for renewable gases entering the national network.
Wind energy achieves record levels of Irish power generation, while natural gas remains an essential back up
Wind energy provided up to three quarters of Ireland’s electricity demand at times in October. However, as is the nature of intermittent renewable energy sources there were also times during the month when the wind supply fell away almost entirely and provided less than 1% of electricity generation.
November gas demand statement
Demand for natural gas rose by 18% in November as temperatures plummeted across Ireland.
Dr Niamh Shaw inspires Farranree pupils to ‘Dream Big’
Dr Niamh Shaw is on a mission to get to space and it’s a mission she’s been on since she started dreaming big growing up in Dundalk. No stranger to our TV screens and recently voted one of Ireland’s leading science communicators, Dr Shaw is passionate about igniting people’s curiosities.
Dr Niamh Shaw inspires Ballygall pupils to ‘Dream Big’
As part of its sustainability programme, Gas Networks Ireland joined forces with Dr Shaw to bring her science-based workshop to pupils in Ballygall for science week.