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# Eirgrid

This year
Routes of 3 major underground electricity cables in Dublin revealed
Last year
Energy supply likely to fall short of winter demand, but by narrower margin than last year
Meta paying back sizeable electricity bill after ESB error saw firm undercharged for 18 months
EirGrid warn of electricity supply issues in near future due to lack of renewable energy
Four successful bidders in Ireland's first offshore wind contract auction revealed
Peadar Tóibín: Govt and EirGrid face 'significant resistance' if they try to overground project
All time
Staff shortages leave energy regulator scrambling to keep the lights on
'No impact on the grid' after wind turbine catches fire during lightning storm off Wicklow coast
Government formally submits application for second emergency power station in Dublin
Bríd Smith: Expansion of data centres is not going to help our serious energy woes
Bríd Smith
EirGrid raises concern over 'significant' electricity supply issues
Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears
'Enough is enough': Cowen says those responsible for energy crisis must be held accountable
Eirgrid declares Utilities Commission system a 'failure'
No immediate risk of blackouts as two system alerts issued by EirGrid in last 24 hours
Energy reliance on Russia is 'glaring' mistake but price volatility predates war - Irish report
Two big power stations disconnected from the national grid on Monday night in rare 'one-off' event
Eamon Ryan did not sanction €10m emergency power contract payment, says spokesperson
New plan outlines how Ireland will ramp up its renewable electricity by 2030
'How did this happen?' Dáil hears further concerns about €10m emergency power contract payment
Barry Cowen claims the ESB may have ‘orchestrated’ the current energy crisis
Varadkar 'confident' there'll be no winter blackouts 'but nobody can guarantee it'
Winters of discontent? Why EirGrid is highlighting its concerns about potential power shortages
Major report from Eirgrid says Ireland may have electricity shortages over next five winters
Electricity supply interruptions could have 'huge' impact on Irish society, expert warns
'Amber alert' issued by Eirgrid as electricity system comes under pressure to meet demand
When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex
Government says overground option for North-South interconnector will go ahead as planned
Kildare hold their nerve to put Mayo to the sword and claim first ever All-Ireland U20 title
Mayo see off resilient Derry challenge to book All-Ireland U20 football final spot
Mayo crowned EirGrid Connacht U20 champions as Rossies suffer 16 point defeat
Controversial electricity pylon plan takes big leap forward but some people aren't happy
Data centres are making energy demands shoot up in Ireland
Last year's All-Ireland U21 champions Mayo knocked out of Connacht by Galway
FactCheck: Is Regina Doherty right to say she didn't support the use of civil disobedience?
Anti-pylon group warns Shell to Sea debacle 'will look like a walk in the park'
After years of campaigning, pylons in Lucan and Adamstown are being moved
Mayo claim All-Ireland U21 title with clinical 5-goal defeat of Cork
Cork v Mayo, U21 All-Ireland football final
'We're not focusing on any other team. We're trying to write our own history'