All the latest news from Gas Networks Ireland
O’Donnell becomes first Gas Networks Ireland Board Member of ENTSOG
Gas Networks Ireland’s Regulatory Framework Manager, Con O’Donnell, yesterday became the company’s first representative to be appointed to the Board of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG).
Wind energy provided over three quarters of Ireland’s electricity demand at times in October, peaking at 76% during the month.
An Irish first for Thurles company
Ireland is another step closer to decarbonising its heavy commercial transport sector with the country’s first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) tipper grab truck now on the road.
Can Ireland warm homes and cook dinners with hydrogen?
Whether we will be able to warm our homes and cook our dinners with hydrogen in the future is a question that researchers are hoping to answer.
Gas network the cornerstone of Ireland’s energy system
€112m investment into Ireland’s gas network as it transitions to cleaner energy future. Gas is responsible for delivering more than half of Ireland’s electricity, over 40% of Ireland’s heating and nearly one third of all the energy used in Ireland according to a new report titled ‘Ireland’s Gas Network – Delivering for Ireland’.
Gas Networks Ireland invites children to ‘Dream Big’ with Dr Niamh Shaw
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.
Waterford conviction for dishonest use of Gas
Unlawful gas meter interference puts lives at risk. Gas Networks Ireland has welcomed the verdict in a case relating to the dishonest use of gas at an address at Killure Manor, Waterford. On Monday 18 October 2021, Ms Amanda Stokes was convicted at Waterford District Court under Section 15 of the Energy (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1995 on charges of dishonest gas usage.
Meath conviction for Gas Meter Tampering
Unlawful gas meter interference puts lives at risk. Gas Networks Ireland has welcomed the verdict in a case relating to the unlawful interference with a gas meter at an address in Clogherboy, Navan, Co. Meath.
Carlow conviction for Gas Meter Tampering
Unlawful gas meter interference puts lives at risk Gas Networks Ireland has welcomed the verdict in a case relating to an unauthorised gas connection at an address on Sleaty Street, Carlow Town, Co. Carlow.
September and Quarter 3 Demand Statement
Gas demand for offices (18%) and education (16%) rose in September compared to August according to figures released by Gas Networks Ireland, as people around the country returned to work buildings and schools in line with the lifting of restrictions nationally and the academic year commencing in earnest.