FuturENERGY Dec.19 - Jan. 2020
Undoubtedly, the most noteworthy fact of 2019 has been the submission by the Government of Spain to the European Commission of the draft National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) for the period 2021-2030. The drawing up of this document is in line with the ruling on the governance of the energy union and climate action (part of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package), that came into effect on 24 December 2018. Spain’s ambitious plan supports a fall in CO2 emissions of 26% (12% above the level required), a renewables penetration of 42% (compared to the EU target of 32%) and a reduction in energy consumption of 39.6%… Por Mercedes Ballesteros. Director of Energy, CIEMAT.