All the latest news from Gas Networks Ireland
November Gas Demand increased on October, but fell on the same period last year
Colder temperatures in November compared to October saw a 13% increase in gas demand from October.
Warm weather in May sees gas demand drop 7%
Warm weather during May contributed to a 7% decline in overall gas demand during the month, with the education (-58%), residential (-50%) and laundry (-22%) sectors all falling month-on-month.
Gas demand fell in January, but gas remains the biggest source of Ireland’s electricity generation
A milder than average January saw Ireland’s gas demand fall by 8% compared to December and decrease by 7% when compared to a colder January 2022.
January 2022 Gas Demand Statement
With a drop in mean temperatures and people around the country returning to offices and school after the Christmas holidays, gas demand in January was up almost 11% on December.
Foley and Kiely win Wednesday’s Cork 5km race
Vivian Foley ran away with an impressive win in the Gas Networks Ireland 5km race in Cork on Wednesday.
Flynn’s Red Tomatoes Go Green with Renewable Gas
Ireland’s largest tomato grower, MF Nurseries has switched to renewable gas under a new trial project with Gas Networks Ireland.
Gas Networks Ireland involved in major European hydrogen project
Gas Networks Ireland is participating in a major European project to help the European Union meet its new accelerated goals and radically increase the use of hydrogen by 2030.
Gas Networks Ireland welcomes European Commission’s call for more affordable, secure and sustainable energy
Gas Networks Ireland welcomes the European Commission’s new RePowerEU plan to reduce the Europe Union’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels by diversifying gas supplies and speeding up the roll-out of renewable gases.
Gas Networks Ireland wins International ESG Award
Gas Networks Ireland was named as the winner of the ‘Best ESG Campaign or Case Study to Improve Education or Access to Education’ at the ESG awards on Wednesday.
Can Energy System Integration Accelerate Ireland to Net-Zero Carbon Emissions?
Whether energy system integration can help Ireland achieve its climate action targets and how energy systems should evolve are questions that the NexSys research programme is hoping to answer.