Friday June 5, 2020

Over-dependence on oil drives alternative market

The spiralling cost of oil is one of the most significant threats to economic growth that Ireland now faces.

16th July, 2005

The spiralling cost of oil is one of the most significant threats to economic growth that Ireland now faces.

Our reliance on oil and gas for heating, transport and power generation has left many businesses vulnerable to even the slightest price rise.

It is hardly surprising, then, that many businesses and homeowners and are examining alternative sources of energy.

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