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Mahon students get an insight to the ‘World of Work’
Second and third year students from Mahon’s Nagle Community College recently visited Gas Networks Ireland’s headquarters in Cork city.
Kildare 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 in Earls Court, Kill, Co. Kildare.
Investors ready for Irish biomethane facilities as demand for green energy soars
Investors ready to provide a "a wall of finance" for investment in Irish biomethane facilities as demand for green energy soars
Transforming the gas network to deliver Ireland’s biomethane ambition
Gas Networks Ireland is seeking input from current and future biomethane producers to develop the roadmap towards a renewable gas network.
Gas Networks Ireland reminds you to 'Dial Before You Dig' during Construction Safety Week
"Checking for the location of underground gas pipes before starting any excavation works can help prevent accidental damage to pipelines which can cause major disruption or serious injury."
Naas student wins national carbon monoxide safety competition
Alex Magdziarz from sixth class in Scoil an Linbh Íosa in Naas won a nationwide poster competition to raise awareness of carbon monoxide and the dangers that it can pose in our homes.
BuJo flips to biomethane
BuJo continues to lead the way in hospitality sector sustainability as they switch from chargrilling their grass-fed beef burgers over natural gas to renewable gas for the next 12 months.
August Gas Demand Statement
In August, gas demand increased slightly compared to July (+2%) and increased by 12% on the same period last year.
Gas Networks Ireland donates €65,000 of hardware supplies to Ukraine
Gas Networks Ireland has donated over €65,000 of vital supplies to their Ukrainian counterparts to help repair and maintain the gas system, some of which has been badly damaged in recent months by the Russian invasion.
Hydrogen development must be ramped up in line with EU policy
One of the country’s leading hydrogen experts says now is the time to realise the wide-ranging benefits offered by the versatile carbon free gas.