Energy in Ireland 2020 Report - SEAI
The current edition of Energy in Ireland reports on energy use up to 2019 and interestingly, overall energy use in Ireland in 2019 was at almost the same level as in 2001, but CO 2 emissions from energy are down by almost one fifth, while the economy is …
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