Ireland’s renewable energy still at 2020 levels, says SEAI
Provisional figures reveal no real progress, but EirGrid plan aims to show how country can get to 80 per cent renewables in electricity by end of decade
Ireland’s share of renewable electricity has not grown since 2020, provisional figures show, despite an ambitious target of having 80 per cent renewables on the power grid by 2030.
The news comes as EirGrid is to launch its new Shaping Our Electricity plan this week, which will plot a route to 80 per cent renewables in electricity by the end of the decade. The plan will contain significant plans for infrastructure investment, the balancing of ...