Gas Networks Ireland (GNI) is responsible for connecting customers to the gas network. They don't supply your gas. You will need a gas supplier to supply and bill you for your gas.

Apply for a new Gas Connection

Not every household or business can connect to the gas network. The first thing to do is check to see if you can connect to the network. You can do this using your Eircode or address on the Gas Networks Ireland website.

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Finding a Gas Supplier

Gas Networks Ireland don't supply your gas. You will need to choose a gas supplier during the gas connection process. You can choose a gas supplier from our list of energy suppliers.

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Cost to connect

Gas connection costs depend on a number of factors. The costs involved could be higher if you are further from a gas network line. You can find out more about these costs and request a quote by contacting Gas Networks Ireland on 1800 464 464.

Connection guarantees

The Commission for Regulations of Utilities (CRU) has approved a number of guarantees about gas connections.

You can find these guarantees on the GNI Customer Charter page.

Read the Customer Charter to understand:

  • the timelines for connecting new premises
  • the compensation you get if they fail to deliver on their guarantees
  • the level of service you can expect from GNI.

Interested in connecting to Ireland’s gas network?

The Gas Connection Process Explained

Learn More (GNI website)