Just over a third of Irish electricity was generated by wind last year.
Wind energy generation for 2022 was 34%, up 4% from 2021.
The analysis also shows wind energy generation resulted in Irish consumers spending €2 billion less on gas last year.
This included a saving of €340 million to the exchequer, which would have been spent on buying carbon credits for the gas.
Wind Energy Ireland says the savings were particularly significant on days with "extremely high gas prices and large volumes of wind energy on the electricity system.
"On a single day – Tuesday 8 March – the combination of high winds and soaring gas prices delivered a total avoided cost of €43 million in just 24 hours.
Noel Cunniffe, CEO of Wind Energy Ireland, said, “Every day Irish wind farms are protecting consumers while also cutting the carbon emissions that are driving the climate emergency.
“Our members can be extremely proud of the role Irish wind farms are playing in the middle of an energy crisis driven by our dependence on imported fossil fuels.
“The best way out of this energy crisis is to accelerate the development of renewable energy, to ensure more of our power is provided here, at home, creating Irish jobs and supporting local communities.