Ireland should support ambitious EU renewable energy and energy efficiency targets

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The EU is making big decisions on renewables and energy efficiency as we speak. EU energy ministers will agree on new renewable energy targets for 2030 at the next Energy Council meeting on Monday 19th December. Meanwhile, negotiations are ongoing on landmark energy efficiency obligations.
Improving energy savings, combined with accelerating the deployment of renewable energy throughout Europe, are the key components needed for a swift and fair energy transition. Hence, why higher ambition is needed in both the EU’s proposed Energy Efficiency Directive and Renewable Energy Directive. 
We know that Ireland is now facing a three-part energy crisis of affordability, pollution and supply, as a result of our fossil fuel addiction. The overall solution to these three problems, and the way to protect households and communities in Ireland, is the same: reduce our dependence on fossil fuels as fast as possible through increased renewables and energy efficiency.
Take our e-action asking Minister Ryan to make sure Ireland supports the strongest measures to improve energy savings in our homes and also joins with progressive states in supporting an increased renewables target.

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