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Whenever I stort to feel anxious about the future of the world, I always find it helps to remember the words of the late, great Fr Denis Fehily

In times of, I don’t know, crisis, whenever I stort to feel anxious about the future of the world, I always find it helps to remember the words of the(...)

Bord Gáis’s move is the second price drop it has passed on to customers in six months. Photograph: iStock

Bord Gáis Energy is cutting gas and electricity prices for households by almost €7 a month in some cases. Bord Gáis announced the cuts a week after r(...)

ESB subsidiary Electric Ireland will cut energy prices from April 1st, reducing customers’ bills by an estimated €1.80-€8.30 a month.

ESB subsidiary Electric Ireland will cut prices by an estimated €1.80-€8.30 a month in a move likely to spark other energy suppliers to follow. Elect(...)

Natural gas prices were down 40 per cent in 2019.

Energy suppliers have no immediate plans to cut household charges despite falls in wholesale electricity and natural gas prices. The Bord Gáis month(...)

Photograph: iStock

Electric Ireland was the utility that had most complaints upheld against it last year, according to the State’s utilities regulator. The Commission (...)

Simon Coveney: People are entitled to their opinions, but they are not entitled to their own facts. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Complex challenges surrounding the Irish Border in the event of a no-deal Brexit cannot be “dumbed down” to technological solutions, Tánaiste Simon Co(...)

Tánaiste  Simon Coveney with Marguerite Sayers, executive director of Electric Ireland and Mike Maloney, executive chairman of Abtran at the announcement of the Abtran and Electric Ireland customer services solutions partnership. Photograph: Gerard McCarthy

Utilities provider Electric Ireland awarded its €30 million customer service contract to Cork-based management company Abtran. The three year contra(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said Ireland and the EU had been united throughout the process. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney has predicted that the European Parliament will not ratify a withdrawal agreement without a b(...)

Electric Ireland’s smarter home technology.

Electric Ireland is pushing a new range of smart home products to customers in an attempt to boost energy efficiency and reduce waste. The company is(...)

SuperValu has added Eir to its Real Rewards loyalty programme. At the announcement were SuperValu managing director Martin Kelleher, Eir chief executive Richard Moat and Toni Mack, a Supervalu Killester employee.  Photograph: maxwellphotography.ie

Irish grocery retailer SuperValu has incorporated Eir into its relaunched Real Rewards loyalty scheme. The partnership means SuperValu customers can (...)

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