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    Citizens propose three new Perte to Calvino to promote nuclear energy, hydroelectricity and tourism

    The leader of Cs, Ines Arrimadas, and the deputy spokesperson for Citizens in Congress, Edmundo Bal, in a rally for a “decent” train for Extremadura, in front of Congress – Ricardo Rubio – Europe Press

    Citizens have proposed to the First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calvino, the approval of three new Perte (Strategic Projects for Economic Recovery and Transformation) to promote nuclear energy, hydroelectric energy and tourism.

    This has been transferred by the president of Cs, Ines Arrimadas, in her meeting with Calvino to analyze different proposals for the execution of European funds and the preparation of the addendum to the Recovery Plan, the second part of the plan focused on loans .

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    The ‘orange’ formation justifies the nuclear Perte in offering “a minimum stable electricity generation base that can act as backup energy for renewables”, since this role has been played by gas, an energy source that emits greenhouse gases greenhouse and that causes dependency on the outside.

    Recalling that investments in nuclear energy are considered sustainable within the new taxonomy of the European Commission, Cs defends investing in innovation and development in this technology and promoting its related industries, “which are also of very high added value”.

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    Regarding the possible Perte of water, Cs defends a new National Water Plan to bet, together with the private sector, on the construction of new reservoirs and hydroelectric plants with reversible pumping, as it is a source of generation without emissions and with a capacity of storage.

    In this sense, he argues that this Perte “seems indispensable given the evidence of water scarcity, a resource that is increasingly limited due to the impact of climate change.”

    Finally, they justify a ‘Tourism Perte’ to face challenges such as sustainability, digitization, changes in mobility, new ways of coping with vacation periods and the temporary exchange of homes, among others, and the insufficiency of approved plans to improve the competitiveness of one of the economic sectors most affected by the pandemic.

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    At the meeting, Cs also defended the commitment to electrical interconnections with the rest of the countries of the European Union, pointing out that the recent talks on the Midcat gas pipeline “have further demonstrated the need to address this isolation.”

    However, this formation regrets that, despite the European commitment to reach at least a 15% level of interconnections in 2030, the Recovery Plan ignores any mention of them.

    Source: Europa Press


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