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National Renewable Energy Action Plan IRELAND Submitted under Article 4 of Directive 2009/28/EC Table of Contents Section Page Background 4 1. Summary of national renewable energy policy 5 2. Expected Final Energy Consumption 2010-2020 8 3. Renewable energy targets and trajectories 10 3.1. National overall target 11 3.2. Sectoral targets and trajectories 11 4. Measures for achieving the targets 13 4.1. Overview of all policies and measures to promote the use of energy from renewable 13 resources 4.2. Specific measures to fulfil the requirements under Articles 13, 14, 16 and Articles 17 21 to 21 of Directive 2009/28/EC 4.2.1. Administrative procedures and spatial planning (Article 13(1) of Directive 21 2009/28/EC) 4.2.2. Technical specifications (Article 13(2) of Directive 2009/28/EC) 46 4.2.3. Buildings (Article 13(3) of Directive 2009/28/EC) 53 4.2.4. Information provisions (Articles 14(1), 14(2) and 14(4) of Directive 2009/28/EC) 60 4.2.5. Certification of installers (Article 14(3) of Directive 2009/28/EC) 68 4.2.6. Electricity infrastructure development (Article 16(1) and Article 16(3) to (6) of 72 Directive 2009/28/EC) 4.2.7. Electricity network operation (Article 16(2) and Article 16(7) and (8) of Directive 88 2009/28/EC) 4.2.8. Biogas integration into the natural gas network (Article 16(7) and Article 16(9) and 94 (10) of Directive 2009/28/EC) 4.2.9. District heating and cooling infrastructure development (Article 16(11) of Directive 97 2009/28/EC) 4.2.10. Biofuels and other bioliquids — sustainability criteria and verification of 99 compliance (Articles 17 to 21 of Directive 2009/28/EC) 4.3. Support schemes to promote the use of energy from renewable resources in 103 electricity applied by the Member State or a group of Member States 4.4. Support schemes to promote the use of energy from renewable resources in heating 114 and cooling applied by the Member State or a group of Member States 4.5. Support schemes to promote the use of energy from renewable resources in transport 120 applied by the Member State or a group of Member States 4.6. Specific measures for the promotion of the use of energy from biomass 126 4.6.1. Biomass supply: both domestic and trade 126 4.6.2. Measures to increase biomass availability, taking into account other biomass users 130 (agriculture and forest- based sectors) 4.7. Planned use of statistical transfers between Member States and planned participation 133 in joint projects with other Member States and third countries 4.7.1. Procedural aspects 133 4.7.2. Estimated excess production of renewable energy compared to the indicative 134 trajectory which could be transferred to other Member States 4.7.3. Estimated potential for joint projects 134 4.7.4. Estimated demand for renewable energy to be satisfied by means other than 135 domestic production 5. Assessments 136 5.1. Total contribution expected of each renewable energy technology to meet the binding 136 2020 targets and the indicative interim trajectory for the shares of energy from renewable resources in electricity, heating and cooling and transport 5.4. Preparation of the national Renewable Energy Action Plan and the follow-up of its 143 implementation 2 Table of Contents Appendix 1: Overview of Irish modelling methodology 145 Appendix 2: Planning exemptions for renewable technologies that meet certain criteria 150 Appendix 3: Planning Application Process (Non-Strategic Infrastructure Cases) 155 Appendix 4: Flowchart for Strategic Infrastructure Development 156 th Appendix 5: Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 7 Schedule 160 Appendix 6: Initial consultation carried out by DCENR 162 Appendix 7: Common Terms/Acronyms used in the NREAP 163 App

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