Last update: 23 August 2022

Buildings in the content of the Plan (extracted from the REC/E3G Irish Country Profile)

Ireland’s NRRP includes investments of €989m combining national funds and the EU’s Recovery Fund. NRRP priority 1: Advancing the Green Transition has been allocated the most significant share of funding of €518m (52%), out of which €369m will be climate related. Energy efficiency investment amounts to €155m (%16). €40m will go to the de-risking of a low cost residential retrofit loan scheme through the use of loan guarantees and €60m is allocated to a Public Sector Retrofit Pathfinder project and a Public Sector Buildings’ Energy Retrofit Programme for deep retrofit of public offices. An accelerated decarbonisation of the enterprise sector through the provision of support for Irish SMEs and exporters to address their emissions is also foreseen and receives €55m. Further funding of €114m will be available under priority 3 which includes the SOLAS Green Skills Action programme covering energy renovation and NZEB upskilling as well as other skills for a low-carbon economy.

Read the full Irish Country Profile here.

Disbursements’ timeline

  • No disbursements made

Indicative timeline for future payment requests (based on the signed operational arrangements)

Operational Arrangements not yet signed.

Table of buildings' measures (categorised under their specific instalments)

To be available soon

All information has been extracted from the Study: “E3G. (2021). Renovate2Recover: How transformational are the National Recovery Plans for Buildings Renovation?” and the European Commission’s Recovery and Resilience Scoreboard.