Guides to the Energy Transition

Guide for the Development of Energy Transition Plans in Spain

Redeia, Emprendedorex, EnerAgen, and Next Educación, along with 30 Local Action groups, have promoted the creation of Grupo Motor, which will work to fight against climate change and achieve the goals of the NECP´s (Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan) at a territorial level.

Its first project was the preparation of the Guide for the development of energy transition plans in Spain (Available only in Spanish) within the framework of their Participatory Local Development Strategies. A roadmap for territories to define and implement their strategies to boost future projects of:​ ​

  • Energy efficiency
  • Fight against energy poverty
  • Rehabilitation of buildings
  • Collective self-consumption
  • Local energy communities
Portada Guía para la elaboración de Planes de Transición Energética en España
Guides for the Energy Transition in Local Entities

Local administrations are the cornerstone of the fight against climate change due to their ability to channel citizens’ demands, promote public policies, and develop budgets based on their commitment to sustainability, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.

Therefore, and committing to promote an energy efficiency culture, raise awareness regarding the need to decarbonize the economy and promote a sustainable energy model, Red Eléctrica has prepared with the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) the Guide to the energy transition in Local Entities (Available only in Spanish).

The guide is aimed at addressing the main doubts that may be raised by public administrations regarding the energy transition process and guides municipalities to adopt measures and initiatives aimed at responsible and efficient energy consumption, but likewise at implementing sustainable mobility.

Guide to the energy transition in Local Entities

Our social innovation approach will contribute to reducing inequalities and fostering ‘living networks’ through the implementation of projects that are both inclusive and cutting-edge.

Fostering "living networks"