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  • 25/04/2016
    Northern Ireland Electricity Networks (NIE Networks) has started work on an underground cable project in Lisburn this week.  The project involves installing high voltage underground electricity cables along the Brokerstown Road and Lough Road to connect around 25MW of solar PV farms to a major substation in the city.
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    NIE Networks has confirmed that due to an equipment fault, several thousands of homes and businesses would have seen a dip in power for a number of seconds on Friday night.

  • 04/03/2016
    Volunteers from NIE Networks and The Conservation Volunteers pulled on their wellies this week to help pupils from Ballymoney Model Controlled Integrated Primary School plant an orchard in the school grounds.
  • 04/03/2016
    NIE Networks recently attended the annual careers convention held at The Royal Belfast Academical Institution (RBAI). In attendance were representatives from over seventy companies and institutions, including universities and further education colleges. The convention provided an invaluable opportunity for pupils and their parents to avail of specialist information and advice at a crucial stage in the decision making process when boys are making choices about careers, courses and apprenticeships.
  • 29/02/2016
    This week, Northern Ireland Electricity Networks starts a nine month programme of work in the area between Coagh and Cookstown to upgrade overhead power lines and improve the service for local homes and businesses.
  • 16/02/2016

    Come and meet NIE Networks at the Spring Farm & Machinery Show.

  • 04/02/2016
    If you’re thinking about extending your house, or even building your dream home, then you’ll need an electricity connection!  NIE Networks will be at the Self Build Show, which runs from 12th – 14th February at the Titanic TEC Belfast, and our connections specialists will take you through the connections process from start to finish.
  • 01/02/2016

    Following the severe weather forecast for severe gales with gusts of 70mph this afternoon and evening, Northern Ireland Electricity Networks (NIE Networks) has warned of a possibility of damage to the electricity network, especially in exposed and coastal locations.

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    NIE Networks emergency crews have restored power to all customers who were affected by Storm Gertrude.
  • 29/01/2016
    NIE Networks emergency crews have restored power to the majority of customers who lost power after Storm Gertrude swept across the country.  Work will continue tonight to restore those still without electricity.  The damage to the electricity network has been extensive and included broken poles and trees down across overhead lines.
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