‘We can’t reach our Co2 2020 targets even if we stand on our Heads’….. that’s according to Proff. John Fitzgerald, Climate Change Advisory Council of Ireland. Main Points: The recession was the only ‘policy’ which worked so far in reducing Ireland’s Co2 We need to...
It is now clear that ireland will fall far short of its 2020 climate change target and face financial penalties. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that emissions will have fallen just 6% relative to 2005 levels by 2020 against a target of 20%. The...
‘’We will find ourselves thinking in a new way about how we use energy ….the changes are not something to be feared. In future years we will look back and wonder what took us so long’’ Minister White on the New Energy White Paper
26th November 2015: The report, Energy in Ireland 1990-2014, highlights how for the second year running Ireland’s economic growth has been achieved with an overall reduction in energy use. Energy in Ireland Highlights for the year 2014 While GDP grew by 5.2% in...
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