The National Energy Efficiency Action Plan
Ireland's third National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP 3) reaffirmed Ireland's commitment to delivering a 20% reduction in energy demand across the whole of the economy by 2020, along with a 33% reduction in public sector energy use. Each NEEAP outlines the energy efficiency measures that will be implemented to reach the national energy saving targets as well as the progress towards this target. NEEAPs shall also include information on the exemplary role of the public sector and on provision of information and advice to final customers.
"The Greenest Power is the Power you don't have to Produce."
Article 24 of the Energy Efficiency Directive requires each Member States to submit a NEEAP every three years. Ireland's third NEEAP was published 2014. It concluded that by end-2012 Ireland reached 39% of our 2020 target, representing primary energy savings of 12,337 GWh
NEEAP 3.pdf Ireland's third National Energy Efficiency Action Plan to 2020
NEEAP 2.pdf Ireland's second National Energy Efficiency Action Plan
NEEAP 1.pdf Ireland's first National Energy Efficiency Action Plan