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Representatives of the company Enarsa decided advance in the realization of a poryecto designed to enable in this city a center of study and development of renewable energy. In principle, participate in the development of the proposed addition to the local municipality and local universities Enarsa with six companies in Argentina, Latin America and Europe.
In this sense, it made the filing Tuesday of studies conducted by the listed firms for the implementation of wind farms in the Corridor area Achiras-Villa Maria. The research took shape after the Province of Córdoba progressed into an agreement with Enarsa on joint action to determine the quality of the winds and the feasibility of development investments.
It must be said that companies participating in this initiative are Bibi, of Argentina; Gralco, also of Argentina, but with Italian technology; Alusa Brazil; Radiotromix-Ezentis Wpd Spain and in Germany. It is noteworthy that the sum of proposals would generate 260 megawatts Achiras with an investment of 560 million dollars and 4 to 6 megawatts for the city of Villa María.
In the local case, we evaluate the utility is for scientific and technological development for both students and professionals involved ara Center for the Study and Development of Renewable Energies.
The Minister of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs, Elena Espinosa, says in this interview to be responsible to the measures the Government has put in place to cushion the economic crisis will not affect environmental requirements. He also defends the use of renewable energy, turning its back on nuclear and admits that Spain will have to go to international carbon markets to meet Kyoto.
Spain is far from meeting the targets set in Kyoto. What are we doing wrong?
Spain has taken in recent years a major exertion compared to other neighboring countries. And we understand that this allows us to establish the groundwork so early to facilitate the transition to a carbon-intensive economy, laying a solid pillars that allow for more efficient energy model, decoupling GDP growth in demand for energy, promoting savings and energy efficiency and increasing renewable energy.
Spain will comply with Kyoto. While we cannot do, as we would like, exclusively from domestic action because Spain must go to the international carbon market. The Government, however, has launched a strategy to convert this need in a good way to learn about their performance and potential, on the need for improvement, a good opportunity also to help support a new model of growth with sustainable pattern of much higher that constitutes also an opportunity for our companies with the capacity to invest and develop activities in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable waste management, etc.
I like to recall that the previous legislature allowed setting a solid foundation of these lines of work on climate change and must now further in this direction by involving all levels of government, but also the private sector and, especially, public opinion to maintain competitiveness, social cohesion and job creation. To this end, the Executive Committee on Climate Change adopted on 17 July six strategies that include performances of all ministries and facilitate coordination and cooperation with other government.
These actions will be developed over the next two years, reinforcing measures in the areas with greatest potential for emissions reduction is Spain, such as mobility, building and energy sustainability as well as the proper management and prevention of waste and manure, policy forestry sinks and important issues in innovation and technological development.