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Gas Networks Ireland celebrates sustainability report with new Leave No Trace partnership

In a European first, Gas Networks Ireland has marked the launch of its 2020 sustainability report by partnering with environmental group, Leave No Trace Ireland, to help restore Glengarra Wood in Co. Tipperary as part of the international “Hot Spot” programme.

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Fair City’s Pete should have listened to Tommy

RTÉ Fair City’s Pete Ferguson failed to heed the advice of famed fictional canary balladeer, Tommy McAnairey.

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June and Mid-Year Demand Statement

Gas demand in the first half of the year closed substantially up across virtually all sectors of the Irish economy compared to the same period last year.

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Gas Networks Ireland again recognised for Health and Safety excellence

Gas Networks Ireland was named as the winner in the ‘Utilities’ category at the Health & Safety Excellence Awards 2021 which took place online on Thursday July 29th.

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“Don’t be like Fair City’s Pete; use a Registered Gas Installer”

Please put safety in your home first. What Pete did is not only dangerous, but it’s also illegal. By law, only a registered gas installer is permitted to work on domestic natural gas and LPG installations.

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Gas Networks Ireland ensuring Ireland is hydrogen ready

As part of its commitment to delivering a cleaner energy future for Ireland, Gas Networks Ireland is developing a Hydrogen Innovation Centre in West Dublin.

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Galway student wins national gas safety competition

Abigail Zama from 6th class in Trinity Primary School, Tuam, won a nationwide poster competition to raise awareness of carbon monoxide and the dangers that it can pose in our homes.

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Gas Networks Ireland responds to a Meath family’s DIY SOS

When RTÉ put out the call for support to help the Parsons family from Longwood in Co Meath, Gas Networks Ireland was one of many organisations alongside an army of local volunteers and tradespeople that stepped forward.

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Gas Networks Ireland supports ‘Trees of Ireland’

Gas Networks Ireland has teamed up with The Irish Times and the Tree Council of Ireland to bring readers a glossy poster of beautiful Irish trees.

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May Demand Statement

Gas demand was up year on year across most segments of the economy in May as Ireland continued to reopen and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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