Thursday, May 22, 2014

22/5/2014: Irish Domestic Energy Prices

As you all know, I have been covering the state of affairs when it comes to the state-sanctioned inflation here in Ireland for some time - including in the pages of my now defunct column at the Sunday Times.

Here is the article from the Irish Independent on energy price inflation in Ireland, comparative to the EU:

And the original EU data:

Still believe in the benevolence of the State? Or that Irish Government should be running gas & oil resources of this country? Really?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Energy prices are just another tax soak for the government.
Out of curiosity why has that LPG terminal that was proposed for Tarbert in Kerry not gone ahead?
Surely a great way to ensure competition and diversify our enrgy supplies.
And this is not a priority for government!