The Energy in Northern Ireland report aims to provide a comprehensive and accessible overview of key statistics and information relating to energy in Northern Ireland. The report endeavours to present a disparate range of existing and emerging information and statistics into a single coherent source. The majority of statistics and data included are National Statistics or Official Statistics sourced from producers such as the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) among others.
The publication is structured around 6 chapters including:
- key socio-demographic statistics for Northern Ireland to provide a broad context
- the economic contribution of energy to the local economy
- electricity generation, transmission, distribution and supply
- renewable electricity generation
- total energy consumption
- energy and the consumer
As we want to engage with users of our statistics, we invite you to feedback your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second edition of the Energy in Northern Ireland publication was published on 26 June 2018 and can be accessed at the link below:
Copies of previous Energy in Northern Ireland publications can be accessed below:
It is intended that the Energy in Northern Ireland report will be updated in full every two years. Therefore, the next edition will be published during 2020.
We are keen to engage with our stakeholders to ensure the publication continues to meet needs. We would therefore be grateful if you could spend a few minutes to download and answer the questions in the Word document at the link below. Any feedback you can provide is greatly appreciated and will help shape the future development of this publication.
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The Energy in Northern Ireland report is circulated to a limited number of pre-release access recipients in line with the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics Order (Northern Ireland) 2009.
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