ESB boss unsure if electricity prices will continue to rise
If hydrogen does not begin to replace Ireland’s reliance on gas then ‘the nuclear debate could come back to Ireland,’ according to Pat O’Doherty
The head of the Electricity Supply Board has said he does not know whether electricity and gas prices will continue to rise.
Electricity prices could continue to rise as the EU wants carbon to become more expensive, Pat O’Doherty, the chief executive of the ESB, said.
“The unit price of electricity will more than likely go up, but we'll be using less of that as we make our homes more efficient and we...
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