We love Ireland - the places, the people, the sights and the sounds. It all makes us so happy. So to celebrate our little island in the middle of the Atlantic, we're running a competition to find beautiful shots of this stunning places.
Submit your pics of Ireland via Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #EnergiaPicOfTheMonth. Our winner will receive €500, and our 5 runners up with get €100 each!
We have a theme every month, so make sure you check out our social media streams to keep up to date.
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September is always a great month for sport, and with the Rugby World Cup kicking off we wanted to see your 'Love of the Game'. Congrats to A Ní Bhroin who took home this months prize for this image of a rain soaked crowd at the Women's All-Ireland Football Final!
This month we launched our new Positive Energy campaign and wanted to see your interpretation of the Positive Energy in your life. Congrats to @rachsh4rk who took home the prize this month for this powerful shot full of Positive Energy!
Summertime means the days get brighter and the evenings get longer, which is the perfect opportunity to get out and snap a stunning summer sunset wherever you are across Ireland. @Happy_Alli took home the prize for this month with this amazing shot of Howth harbor!
Moving from Winter into Spring is the perfect time to get outdoors and see the world! Ireland is well known for it's stunning natural scenery, and in April our goal is to showcase the very best of the Irish landscape!
There are all sorts of families. Big and small. Close together or far apart. Families can be related, or come from all over the world. Families of all types make Ireland great. @robertkeogh0101 submitted this gorgeous pic, and took home our prize for March!
We all make resolutions for the new year, but how many of us actually keep them? For February we wanted to see pics that could inspire, motivate and encourage us to complete our goals.
@seanhayes111 took home the prize with this pic of him and his pups heading off on an intrepid adventure into the Cuilcagh Mountains.