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# Electricity

This year
Power largely restored as Storm Kathleen passes over Ireland
Around 12,000 premises still without electricity as Storm Kathleen hits Ireland
A Status Yellow wind warning is in place for the entire country.
ESB Networks is working to restore power to thousands of premises
Dozens of flights between Ireland and the UK have been cancelled or delayed
The RSA has urged road users to take caution if travelling during the storm
Routes of 3 major underground electricity cables in Dublin revealed
Bord Gáis Energy to cut residential electricity and gas prices by 10% and 9.5% from 29 February
Electric Ireland to cut residential electricity prices for 1.1 million customers from March
Last year
Poll: When was the last time you switched your electricity provider?
SSE Airtricity to cut electricity rates by 12.8% from February
Poll: Do you struggle to pay your energy bills?
Householders to pay 'small charge' on energy bills to pay for new floating gas storage ship
Around 34,000 homes and businesses without power after Storm Debi hits country
What we know so far about tomorrow's Budget: USC cuts, €750 rent credit and further 25% childcare cost cuts
'I am broken mentally, physically and financially': What readers want to see in Budget 2024
ESB Group reports 30% rise in profits to €676 million in first six months of the year
SSE Airtricity to cut residential electricity and gas prices by 12% and 10% from 1 November
Energia announces energy price cuts for domestic customers this October
Wind energy use has increased while gas consumption fell by 20%, Gas Networks Ireland reveal
Energy supports for families and businesses to form part of Budget 2024
Wholesale electricity prices drop 26.6% in year, but consumers still mightn't see decrease in bills yet
Data centres consumed 31% more electricity last year compared to 2021
Wholesale electricity prices fell 40% in past year, but savings for customers will be delayed
Wholesale electricity prices drop 50.5% in year, but consumers mightn't see decrease in bills just yet
North-South interconnector 'ready to enter construction phase' after independent review
Darragh O'Brien says other energy companies should follow Pinergy's example and cut prices
All electricity customers to get €90 off bills over seven instalments
Electric Ireland error means PAYG customers have avoided higher gas rate since August
Price of wholesale electricity 93.2% higher than in November, CSO figures show
Over 16,000 customers left without power in north Dublin and Meath this evening due to faults
All time
Gas and electricity to remain at 'historical high' for next two years, says Ryan
Long-awaited energy poverty plan published as Ryan warns prices may not drop for two years
Staff shortages leave energy regulator scrambling to keep the lights on
Celtic Interconnector with France will promote clean energy and lower prices, says Taoiseach
Ukraine receives more air defence systems, as officials say electricity situtation is 'tense'
First of three €200 electricity credits to appear on bills from tomorrow
As winter approaches, not all energy bill 'hardship funds' are created equal
Analysis: Energy insecurity and our fracking future
Paschal Donohoe says data centres could not be excluded from energy scheme
1,000 disconnections in first half of this year as minister promises action plan in weeks
Govt will not oppose SF motion on protections for PAYG customers and banning of disconnections
‘No reason’ why anyone in financial hardship should lose power this winter, McGrath says
Bríd Smith: Expansion of data centres is not going to help our serious energy woes
Bríd Smith