Climate Action and the Environment Minister Richard Bruton has clearly stated that "reach costs" in Ireland are not enough to exceed the targets set for 2020 to reduce carbon emissions.
As a result, Ireland regains greenhouse gas emission allowances and renewals of renewable energies.
According to the latest estimates, in the next two years it will cost 13 million euros, but the renewable energy targets could be "90 million or more" lost. Loss punishment may be much more likely after the year 2020.
Mr Bruton said: "Ireland agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent less than in 2005, while Ireland has more demanding targets (the average EU average is 10 percent), Ireland is far from now, and projections today have a 1 percent reduction You can get it, that is, we would have a discount of 95%. "
During the recession, he said that, in terms of the economic evolution of the economy, Ireland was meeting climate goals. However, "after recovering economic growth, carbon recovery has recovered, and yet significant structural structures within the economy must be highlighted in terms of carbon."
"It has to meet the requirements of Ireland 2020, which is now estimated to be between 6 million and 13 million euros, depending on the cost of carbon," said Wednesday.
Ireland was able to reduce penalties "to compensate for the years we had produced less than the bodywork, when we are now producing more."
This budget corresponds to pre-paid expenditures, from 2007 onwards, with a sum of 120 million euros.
"However, from 2020 onwards, the costs that do not meet climate commitments will grow significantly, and Ireland's productive investment will result in offsets related to low carbon economic opportunities," he warned.
Regarding renewable energies, the Irish Energy Efficiency Authority has estimated that the Irish will arrive from 12.7% in 2013 to 13.9%.
"In the worst case, the cost of" credit "renewables would cost 90 million euros or more," he added.
Mr. Bruton adds: "It is never clearer that we should make a step towards the government, and I have been endorsing the Government's development of all Government plans, which will determine the actions to be taken by all government departments and bodies.
"I will work with full-time colleagues in the field of electricity, transport, heat and other sectors to develop new initiatives. It will be a focus."
Carbon taxes would be boosted for the increase of carbon taxes and the preparation and implementation of the 2030s.
Eamon admitted Ryan Green Party's suggestion to Dáil, as each party should resort to that path.
"This would surely dictate how to make purchases in the coming years, whatever the form of government."
On Wednesday, questions about leadership, Ryan Taoiseach asked Leo Varadkar for the planned carbon tax forecast in the next budget of 20 million euros and 2030 tonnes per € 5. They would be given to the citizens one by one, he suggested. The net effect of "Carbon Cashback" would be to harness low-income people in less energy use.
Varadkar accepted the approval of the proposal and was one of the parties that agreed with the best way forward, but it had to be carefully evaluated.