- Range of the Standard:
- Available to other authorities
- Character of the query:
- Type of participation:
- Prior public consultation
Objectives of the norm
The Strategic Framework of energy and climate lays the foundation for the modernization of the Spanish economy, job creation, the positioning of leadership of Spain in the energies and clean technologies that dominate the next decade, the development of rural areas, improving the health of people and the environment, and social justice.
The National Plan Consist of energy and Climate 2021-2030 (hereinafter PNIEC) is one of its key tools and for its complete realization requires specific strategies, to correctly identify the challenges and opportunities, as well as to design the most appropriate measures in technologies and vectors key to achieving the objectives of energy and climate, as well as opportunities of generation of economic activity, employment and competitive industrial development potential energy transition.
In the PNIEC, the “ measure 1.8. Promotion of renewable gas ” said these as one of the few renewable energy vectors that can be used both for generating electricity, to meet energy demand in industrial processes of high temperature and transport. Consequently, it is considered necessary to take a road map of hydrogen Renewable, which will address the potential energy of this vector for its various end-uses.
The development of the “ road map of Renewable Hydrogen ” is necessary to achieve the goals set in the national Plan Consist of energy and climate, improving our competitiveness in the European and global context, and allowing reaching climate neutrality at a time when the climate crisis has been declared.
Consequently, it is considered desirable to make this public consultation upon, simultaneously with the public consultation prior "storage Strategy", so that it can exploit the synergies between both initiatives and encouraging that contributions to receive are developed with an integrated approach.
Deadline for submitting arguments until the day Friday, June 19, 2020
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The deadline for submitting claims it will be until 19 June, including, to mark the repeal of additional provision three of the royal decree 463/2020, 14 March, declaring a state of alarm for managing the situation of health crisis caused by the COVID-19 with effect 1 June 2020.
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