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# energy supply

This year
# Power
2022 among 'most challenging' years for energy sector, watchdog to tell politicians
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities will also outline the impact of the electricity sector on reducing customer debt.
# energy supply
Bord Gáis Energy to develop two new power plants to ensure 'stable and secure' supply
The plants will be able to generate enough power to keep 100,000 homes fully powered all year round.
Last year
# energy supply
Varadkar: Electricity supply will be ‘very tight’ in weeks ahead
Varadkar says the Government has been warned that the margin between energy supply and demand ‘will be very tight’.
# Energy
Explainer: Why a report says Ireland should build an LNG facility - and why that's controversial
The new report outlines options for measures that could improve Ireland’s energy security.
# Energy Crisis
Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears
Eamon Ryan is appearing before the Committee this afternoon alongside Eirgrid and the Commission for Regulation of Utilities.
# energy supply
Summer supply of gas to Ireland 'unlikely' to be affected by Ukraine war
Gas Networks Ireland said restrictions on the importation of Russian gas to the EU will not significantly impact on gas supply to Ireland.
# Banking
Electric Ireland moves to reassure KBC and Ulster Bank customers over direct debit switchovers
The energy supplier has raised concerns about the ‘cumbersome’ paper-based process of switching some 65,000 customers.