27 of the 36 actions scheduled for delivery were completed on time this quarter.
Three departments met all of the actions under their remit for the quarter – the Departments of Finance; Enterprise, Trade and Employment; and Foreign Affairs.
However, the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications only had a delivery rate of 71% – although it had the greatest number of actions to take.
The Department of Agriculture, which had the second highest number of actions, had a delivery rate of 91%.
On electricity, just under 35% was produced from renewable sources in 2022 and Ireland met half of its 2030 onshore wind target.
What are described as “key actions” include the launch of the €1.5 billion Agri-Climate Rural Environment Scheme (ACRES) to help improve biodiversity, climate, air and water quality.
It said in the first three months alone, there were over 46,000 applications, accounting for a third of the 135,000 farms in the country.