TECNALIA develops strategies to promote smart zero CO2-emission cities throughout Europe
TECNALIA presents the experience acquired during the S-PARCS project and the energy cooperation policy recommendations in Spain
Spanish legislation, consistent with the European legislative framework, aims to improve energy efficiency and make greater use of renewable energy sources. The National Energy Action Plan 2030 identifies renewable energy and citizen communities as a key measure to boost diversity, the implementation of participatory projects, as well as improving distributed energy generation.
Thanks to the experience accumulated in S-PARCS, aimed at providing specific
solutions to overcome barriers to energy cooperation, we provide policy recommendations for industrial energy cooperation in Spain, based on real experiences at our Spanish Lighthouse industrial parks.
Implementation of joint cooperation and energy services may be hampered by numerous barriers and risks. In particular, legal, regulatory and specific standardisation questions derived from the implementation of joint energy services and energy cooperation measures on industrial parks can be highlighted.
The experience acquired during the S-PARCS project and the energy cooperation policy recommendations in Spain are presented below, based on our experience on the Okamika- Gizarburuaga and Bildosola-Atea parks in Bizkaia.