The SEAI statistics team publish high quality, robust energy statistics. Below are our main energy statistics available in excel format.
Annual Energy Balances
An energy balance is an accounting framework for the compilation and reconciliation of data on all energy products entering, exiting and used in a country during a reference period. Put simply, an energy balance is a matrix, where columns are energy products (fuels) and rows are energy flows (production – transformation – consumption sectors).Download Energy Balances
Energy Data as Timeseries
To facilitate analysis, the energy balance data is presented here in timeseries format. Different cuts can be made of the energy balances and the two main views are of the energy flows and the fuels.
This file contains a number of tabs showing the timesseries of energy used by production, transformation and consumption sectors. There is a tab for overall energy which is the sum of individual fuel/energy sources. There are also individual tabs for each fuel/energy source.Download Energy Flows
This file contains tabs showing final energy use by fuel/energy source. There is a tab showing overall Total Final Consumption (TFC) by fuel and individual tabs showing each consuming sectors energy use by fuel/energy source. Each sector tab shows the total sector energy use first and scrolling down, data for each sub-sector is given.Download the fuel / energy sources
Fuel Cost Comparisons
SEAI published fuel cost comparison tables quarterly that are are designed to help consumbers to make reasonable comparisons between the cost performance of various fuels used in the more common types of heating system in Ireland. Tables are published for both commercial and domestic consumers.
The tables apply to space heating only and for clarity and consistency, the tables compare heating costs on a common base of cost per useful unit of heat output to a room or space (cent per kilowatt hour or c/kWh). This is based on the assumption that the nature of the heat output from each fuel and heating system combination can be directly compared with the alternatives, despite the fact that there are some differences in comfort and control standards, and in maintenance requirements, between the systems.