Almost half of electricity consumption in NI generated from renewable energy sources located in the north

Almost half of electricity consumption in Northern Ireland last year was generated from renewable energy sources located in the north, a new report has found.

It also reveals that the most renewable electricity generated was from wind.

The ‘Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland’ report details the percentage of electricity consumption generated from renewable sources and includes information on the type of renewable generation used.

It found that from July 2019, 47.7 per cent of total electricity consumption was generated from renewable sources located in Northern Ireland.

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