Energy Efficiency National Fund
Transport and mobility: MOVELE project for e-mobility; MOVEA Plan to promote mobility using alternative energy vehicles); incentives for replacing old vehicles and promote more efficient vehicles (PIVE, PIMA Aire, PIMA Tierra (for tractors), PIMA Transporte (for buses and trucks); Energy-efficient driving
Industry: Programme to promote industrial competitiveness
Cross-cutting: Taxation measures for energy sustainability; JESSICA/FIDAE fund for urban projects; CLIMA (Climate Carbon Project Fund for projects in non-ETS sectors); Programmes implemented by the Autonomous Communities (MENAE); voluntary agreements (CNAE, AEFGA)
Buildings: Incentive schemes for the energy renovation of existing buildings (PAREER and PAREER-CRECE and 3R plans); PIMA Sol (plan promoting improved energy efficiency in hotels)
Low emission zones and modal shift measures
More efficient use of the means of transport
Renewal of the vehicle fleet
Promotion of electric vehicles
Improvements in the technology and management systems of industrial processes
Energy efficiency in existing buildings in the residential sector
Renewal of residential equipment
Energy efficiency in services sector buildings
Energy efficiency for cooling equipment and large air – conditioning systems in the services sector and public infrastructure
Energy efficiency in farms, irrigation communities and agricultural machinery
The implementing text (Ley 18/2014) has defined detailed rules about the types and levels of infringements, sanctions/penalties and related procedures. They cover the possible situations of false declarations, frauds, non-compliance and non-achievements of the targets.
IDAE is in charge of monitoring the EENF programmes, based on the reporting done by each project holder receiving funds from the EENF.
A dedicated Verification Unit has been set within IDAE to verify and control the programmes, through a combination of desk review and on-site inspections. The desk review verifies the documentation of all projects. Then on-site inspections are done on representative samples.
National Strategy against Energy Poverty was approved on 5 April 2019 by the Council of Ministers. The Strategy, in line with the approach and methodology of the EU Energy Poverty Observatory, is an instrument that will enable the phenomenon of energy poverty to be addressed with an integrated approach and a medium and long-term vision. Some of the measures in NECP, alternative measures of Article 7 EED, specifically target energy-poor households.
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