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News Archive - 2009

  • Christmas Delight For Adopted Kids

    Christmas Delight For Adopted Kids

    31 December 2009

    George Best Belfast City Airport has announced that funding from its Community Fund has aided the Energy for Children Charitable Trust in making it possible for Adoption UK (NI) to take 80 adopted children to see the fantastic pantomime Cinderella. more »

  •               Charity Keeps The Drums Beating In East Belfast

    Charity Keeps The Drums Beating In East Belfast

    16 November 2009

    Lagan village drumming school on the Ravenhill Road has received a big boost from the Energy for Children Charitable Trust after receiving substantial funding to purchase two large Lambeg drums for members. more »

  • Cregagh Dance Group Celebrate Funding Boost

    Cregagh Dance Group Celebrate Funding Boost

    09 October 2009

    The Diamontes dance group in East Belfast have become the latest recipients of funding from the George Best Belfast City Airport Community Fund, administered through the Energy for Children Charitable Trust. more »

  • Phoenix Supply Keeps Promise and Cuts Prices for the Second Time this Year

    10 September 2009

    Phoenix Supply has today confirmed a 19.0% reduction in its tariffs with these lower rates applying from 1st October 2009. more »

  • Conway Centre Energised By Funding

    Conway Centre Energised By Funding

    04 August 2009

    Conway Education Centre, at the old mill, has been given a summer boost with the news that it has received substantial funding to purchase specialised recording equipment including video cameras, DVDs, professional headsets and televisions. more »

  • Energy Care For Older People

    Energy Care For Older People

    16 July 2009

    Phoenix Supply this week re-launched their Energy Care Scheme, which offers extended benefits to vulnerable and older natural gas customers who have specific needs. more »

  • Gas Extension Would Boost Local Economy

    Gas Extension Would Boost Local Economy

    01 June 2009

    Representatives from Phoenix Natural Gas, were recently invited to parliament buildings at Stormont by the All-Party Energy Group to outline how the natural gas network could be extended throughout the North. more »

  • Creative Partnership Fuels Artistic Talent

    Creative Partnership Fuels Artistic Talent

    27 April 2009

    South Belfast woman Margaret M Madden has been announced as the winner of this year’s ‘Energy in Art’ competition, a unique partnership initiative between Phoenix Natural Gas and the University of Ulster. more »

  • Lindsay House Gets Gas Support

    Lindsay House Gets Gas Support

    23 March 2009

    The Energy for Children Charitable Trust, set up three years ago by the local natural gas industry, has announced that it has provided Lindsay House Children’s Home in Dunmurry with funding to buy some much-needed new facilities for disadvantaged children more »

  • Local School Is Top Of The Class

    Local School Is Top Of The Class

    16 February 2009

    Pupils at Holy Child Primary School recently got a visit from representatives of Phoenix Natural Gas. more »

  • Pipe Partnership’s Green Benefits

    Pipe Partnership’s Green Benefits

    10 February 2009

    Left over cuts of pipe are a by-product of building and growing a natural gas network and up until recently Phoenix Natural Gas has been sending unused pipe ends over to Scotland to be recycled for use in plastic products such as drains. more »

  • Phoenix Supply Makes Price Pledge

    08 January 2009

    On the day that Phoenix gas prices fell by 22.1% (Thursday, 8th January 2009) the company has made a price pledge that should global wholesale gas costs reduce further they will, once again, ensure any savings are passed on to their customers, in full. more »

  • Phoenix Supply Statement

    02 January 2009

    Belfast based natural gas company Phoenix Supply Ltd has announced that it has set up a new subsidiary, called Phoenix Energy Ltd, to supply natural gas to customers in the South of Ireland. more »

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