Green light given for energy supply review
Independent body will be appointed to carry out security and sustainability review in early 2020
The government has given the green light for a major review into the security and sustainability of Ireland’s energy supply.
An independent body will be appointed to carry out the review in early 2020 as part of mapping Ireland’s energy mix for the next 30 years.
The proposal received government approval today following ongoing protests over the sourcing and sustainability of Ireland’s future gas supply. Minister for Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton...
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