Portugal legislates to avoid the bottleneck of renewables and accelerate their deployment
The Government of Portugal has announced the launch of a regulatory simplification plan for all those administrative licenses necessary for implement renewable energy in the country, trying to alleviate a bureaucratic jam that also affects Spain. The Antonio Costa government plan thus adopts a legal framework that is much more favorable to the interests of the sector and paves the way for the arrival of new investments in the country.
The situation contrasts with the current situation in the Spanish renewable sector, which has been pointing out for months that bureaucracy limits the development of these technologies and delays the energy transition at a very delicate moment for Europe, affected by the closure of Russian gas and the embargo on its raw.
The Portuguese regulatory simplification plan aims to reduce duplications that exist in matters such as environmental impact assessment. The Government of the Coast intends to increase the implementation of self-consumption and small-sized facilities, all of them of non-industrial capacity, who will be exempted from complying with certain procedures.
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