Brian Mullins of Gas Networks Ireland. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Gas demand in the first half of 2021 closed substantially up across virtually all sectors of the Irish economy compared to the same period last year, (...)

Firms that embed sustainability into their strategies will have a significant business advantage over organisations that are forced into expensive compliance-driven pivots in the not-so-distant future. Image: iStock

Management teams at SMEs need ongoing support if they are to win contracts and secure finance from large organisations that are placing sustainability(...)

Louise Browne of Gas Networks Ireland. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney / Provision

Total gas demand for the first quarter of 2021 closed up 2 per cent on the same quarter in 2020, with increased electricity demand powering much of th(...)

Louise Browne of Gas Networks Ireland. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney / Provision

Gas demand in January reached the highest monthly level in over a decade and the third highest ever, according to figures released by Gas Networks Ire(...)

Approximately 34 per cent of gas supplies came from Corrib.

The national gas network powered more than half of the State’s electricity requirements last year, but there were significant reductions in usage obse(...)

Wind power generated 43 per cent of total monthly electricity demand in December.

Gas demand for power generation was up 8.7 per cent year-on-year in December, according to figures released by Gas Networks Ireland, as the national g(...)

Gas demand was 6 per cent lower compared to October 2019. Photograph: iStock

Demand for gas in homes and businesses rose in October as temperatures dropped, but still failed to match last year’s levels as ongoing restrictions t(...)

Graham Cooley, ITM’s chief executive, believes the increasing levels of wind-generated electricity that the Republic uses makes it very suitable for the production of green hydrogen.

London-listed hydrogen technology manufacturer ITM Power is eyeing opportunities in the Irish market as the Republic steps up its push on green energy(...)

The lockdown led to an overall decline of 2.3% in gas demand   in the six months ended June 30th, compared to the first half of 2019. Photograph: iStock

The Corrib Field is now Ireland’s sole domestic source of natural gas – the fuel that provides most of the country’s electricity – after the Kinsale r(...)

Tesco Ireland  intends supplying more than 6,400 tonnes of waste food a year from its stores in the Republic to Kildare-based Green Generation

Tesco plans to cut carbon emissions by converting waste food from the British chain’s Irish stores into natural gas. Until recently surplus food tha(...)

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