€17m Project To Bring Natural Gas To Nenagh To Begin
A €17 million infrastructure project, which will bring natural gas to Nenagh in Co. Tipperary, is to begin on Monday, 23 May.
The Ervia scheme will also upgrade the existing water and wastewater systems in the area.
The main phase of the project involves upgrading the waste water system in the centre of Nenagh as well as the continued construction of gas and water mains throughout the town centre. It also involves constructing gas mains on the outskirts of the town.
The project is expected to be complete by early summer 2017.
Fran McFadden, Commercial Sales Manager, said: "We are delighted to be investing in Nenagh town. We've had a very good response from local businesses and stakeholders - there is a very strong demand for natural gas in the town. Businesses making the switch can look forward to fuel cost savings of anywhere between 30% and 60% on their current fuel costs, together with reduced carbon emissions, no storage requirement and a constant, reliable supply of gas."
Ervia is the company responsible for delivering gas, water and wastewater infrastructure and services in Ireland via its subsidiaries Gas Networks Ireland and Irish Water.
Posted date : 24-05-2016
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