The Spanish government has submitted its 2030 National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP), raising the country’s ambitions on greenhouse gas emission reduction to 23% compared to the 1990 level, WindEurope said in a statement on Friday.

To meet the EU energy and climate targets for 2030, EU Member States need to establish 10-year integrated National Energy and Climate Plans (NECP).

“Spain is a powerhouse for renewable energy deployment with 25,7 gigawatts (GW) of total installed wind capacity,” according to WindEurope.

In 2019 Spain was Europe’s leading market for onshore wind and its position is likely to be strengthened as

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