We are ESB Networks. We ensure that electricity gets to the homes and businesses of our 2.3 million electricity customers, safely and efficiently. We have invested over €6bn in the electricity network over the last 10 years to ensure that it is reliable and enables communities and businesses in Ireland to grow and develop..
We provide a wide range of services to our customers, all of whom need to be registered with an electricity supplier. Each year we carry out over 9 million meter readings and provide these to your supplier in order to ensure you receive correct billing. We also deliver a range of technical services such as restoring supply when network faults occur, for example due to storms. Other services, some of which are chargeable, include undertaking line alterations at the customer’s request and carrying out service alterations requested via suppliers.
Your safety is our priority. Electricity is a powerful energy source but it can be dangerous. Always follow our safety guidelines. To ensure you stay safe, stay clear of overhead, underground and fallen electricity wires, always look out for electricity wires when you are outside . ‘Stay safe, stay clear’. For emergencies call 1850 372 999.
Acting responsibly in all aspects of our business is one of our key priorities.
Minutes of Distribution Code Review Panel Meeting of 15th April 2019
Minutes of Distribution Code Review Panel Meeting of 12th July 2019
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The purpose of this consultation is to seek views and feedback on the information detailed in the Strategic Stakeholder publications (Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Framework and Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Plan 2020).
Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Framework Download PDF | 1MB
Background and Process
In order to continually enhance and develop our engagement approach, ESB Networks is consulting with customers and stakeholders on its approach to stakeholder engagement (set out in the Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Framework) and its planned key area of engagement activity during 2020 (set out in the Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Plan 2020).
Associated with this, ESB Networks is required to submit an annual report on its stakeholder engagement strategy and activities to enable the CRU to assess and score ESB Networks on the quality, good implementation and effectiveness of its stakeholder strategy in the previous year. This is detailed in the CRU decision paper Reporting and Incentives under PR4, (CER/18/087).
Do you have any comments on the ESB Networks Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Framework and Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Plan 2020?
The consultation period will run for four (4) weeks and will close on the 20th December 2019. When the consultation closes, ESB Networks will review and consider all the comments and publish a final version of the Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Framework & the Strategic Stakeholder Engagement Plan 2020.
Please send your comments to:
Contact Name: Strategic Engagement Manager, ESB Networks
Contact Email: email@example.com
Closing Date for Responses: 5pm on 17th January 2020.
PLEASE NOTE: ESB Networks may publish responses that we receive, so if you don’t want your response published you should mark your response as confidential.
This document is a joint TSO/TAO Report between EirGrid and ESB Networks which looks at our performance in planning investments and ultimately delivering transmission system projects in 2017.
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This document is a joint TSO/TAO Report between EirGrid and ESB Networks which looks at our performance in developing, operating and maintaining the transmission system throughout 2017.
Public Consultation on Innovation in ESB Networks.
The purpose of this consultation is to seek views and comments from stakeholders on Innovation in ESB Networks.
Innovation in ESB Networks - Aug 2019 | Download PDF | 20 MB
In order to realise our vision of delivering a sustainable, low carbon energy network that will serve Ireland’s future energy needs, we have developed an Innovation Strategy to manage every stage of the development and implementation of strategic initiatives, from setting the vision to establishing business as usual (BAU). Our Innovation Strategy has been applied to a balanced portfolio of projects covering eight roadmaps that broadly cover our ambition to deliver new and improved services.
During 2018, 16 projects were completed and the others continued to progress. We have over 20 new ideas that we have identified for further consideration and possible progression into our roadmaps.
1. As part of this on going collaboration and communication, we are interested to seek your views on our innovation processes, activities and priorities to date as summarised in this update document. In particular, we are interested in feedback on our proposed new projects listed at the end of the document.
The consultation period will close on Friday 13th September 2019. At the end of the consultation period, ESB Networks will review and consider all the comments.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for Responses: 17:00 on 13th September 2019
PLEASE NOTE: ESB Networks may publish responses that we receive, so if you do not want your response published you should mark your response as confidential
Minutes of Distribution Code Review Panel Meeting of 2nd October 2018
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This document gives information on fluid filled cables, including cable history, first period, second period, plastic period, and replacement period.
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This letter identifies the risk associated with coming close to live electricity wires. Very serious electrical accidents have taken place involving silage machinery.
Letter to Silage Contractors | Download pdf
The consultation on the parameters for the Demand Connection Code [DCC] has now closed. This proposal document is produced by ESB Networks in their role as the Distribution System Operator in Ireland. This document contains the proposed parameters and explanations as to the reasons for their adoption, which are now formally submitted to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities [CRU] for approval. It also contains responses to the consultation.
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