EIB teams up with Limerick Council to reduce energy costs in social houses

THE European Investment Bank (EIB) has joined forces with Limerick City and County Council in an innovative partnership aimed at driving investment in retrofitting to reduce energy consumption and costs in social housing.

Recognising the urgent need to address the social and economic impact of energy poverty, this collaboration aims to replicate successful investment models from across Europe to further accelerate home upgrades and make a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of households.

Council Chief Executive, Dr Pat Daly, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, emphasising the transformative impact it will have on local communities.

“This partnership between the European Investment Bank and Limerick City and County Council is a significant step towards creating warmer, more comfortable homes for our residents.”