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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, serious injury and even death

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New report highlights the benefits of an Irish biomethane industry for farmers and the environment

Agriculturally produced biomethane can be delivered sustainably and at scale according to a new Sustainability of Biomethane Production in Ireland report issued today.

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‘Rare owl times’ in Laois

Since the Laois Barn Owl Nesting Box Project began last year, several barn owls have come ‘home’ to roost in Laois and this has resulted in over 32 owlets being born in the county this year.

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August Demand Statement

Gas demand continued to climb in most sectors of the economy in August in line with the easing of Covid-19 restrictions and preparations for the new academic year.

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Ervia’s energy leaders advise on moving Ireland towards a net zero carbon future

Cathal Marley, Ervia Chief Executive Officer, spoke about the significant challenge Ireland is facing in delivering on its net zero vision at last week’s 25th annual Energy Ireland conference.

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Biomethane: a sustainable solution for Irish farmers and energy security

More than 270 interested parties, including farmers, developers and industry bodies, heard how agriculturally produced biomethane can be delivered sustainably and at scale to decarbonise Ireland’s energy system.

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Gas Networks Ireland and Circle K open two new public Compressed Natural Gas stations

Ireland is two steps closer to decarbonising the nation’s heavy vehicle transport sector, with the country’s third and fourth publicly-accessible, fast-fill Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations, now open at Circle K’s forecourt at Clonshaugh in Dublin and Ballysimon Road in Limerick City.

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July Gas Demand Statement

Irish gas demand rose by 3% in July compared to June but was 7% lower than the same month in 2020, with milder weather and the continued closure of a number of gas-fired power plants the largest factors.

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Gas Networks Ireland releases third sustainability report

Gas Networks Ireland exceeded the national Public Sector Energy Efficiency Target by 14% last year, delivering a 47% energy improvement across its offices and fleet according to its 2020 sustainability report released today.

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