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Limerick’s Engineers and Scientists of the future take part in online STEM Education Programme

Twenty-six sixth class pupils from Scoil Iosagáin in Limerick, were excited to be some of the first students in the country to be introduced to science through practical and engaging lessons as part of Gas Networks Ireland and Junior Achievement Ireland’s (JAI) new online format of the ‘Energize’ programme.

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Limerick environmental project wins International Brownfield award

A major environmental project to remediate the former gasworks site at Dock Road in Limerick, where ‘town gas’ made from coal was once produced, has won the Best International Project category at the prestigious Brownfield Awards.

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November Gas Demand Statement

Ireland’s power generation is now nearly fully based on gas and wind energy, with 85% of power supply coming from these two energy pillars in November according to the monthly Gas Demand Statement issued by Gas Networks Ireland.

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Flynn’s Red Tomatoes Grow Even Greener

Ireland’s largest tomato grower, MF Nurseries investing €1.8m in greenhouse expansion and reducing carbon footprint by switching to natural gas.

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Gas Networks Ireland recognised for taking coordinated action on climate issues

Gas Networks Ireland achieved a ‘B-‘ in the Carbon Disclosure Platform (CDP) global emissions ratings, exceeding both the global and European average, as well as the sector average to finish in the top quartile of all businesses assessed globally.

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Gas Networks Ireland’s Liam Nolan appointed as Vice President of Marcogaz

One of Europe’s leading Natural Gas Associations, Marcogaz, has for the first time in its 52-year history, appointed a Vice President from Ireland.

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Level 3 restrictions

In line with the Government’s Plan for Living with COVID-19 and the reduction of public health restrictions, Gas Networks Ireland continues to temporarily limit some of its activities throughout the country.

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Gas Networks Ireland lends its support in Cork for buying local this Christmas

All this week people living in Cork are being encouraged to nominate their favourite shop or restaurant and support local businesses in the lead up to Christmas.

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Gas Networks Ireland lends its support in Louth and Meath for buying local this Christmas

All this week people living in Louth and Meath are being encouraged to nominate their favourite shop or restaurant and support local businesses in the lead up to Christmas.

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Gas Networks Ireland lends its support in Galway for buying local this Christmas

All this week people living in Galway are being encouraged to nominate their favourite shop or restaurant and support local businesses in the lead up to Christmas.

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