The PSOE marks the challenge of reaching one hundred percent in the consumption of renewable energies by 2050

The general secretary of PSRM and candidate for the Presidency of the Community, Diego Conesa, highlights that the socialist government has already taken the first steps, such as eliminating the sun tax, to recover lost time and make a fair energy transition

The head of the list to the Congress, Pedro Saura, affirms that transport and mobility must be at the center of policies to achieve greater economic competitiveness, social cohesion and contribute to curbing climate change

The general secretary of the PSRM-PSOE and candidate for the Presidency of the Community, Diego Conesa, has claimed the need to reverse the loss of terrestrial and marine biodiversity, and decrease the consumption of non-renewable resources, to maintain and restore wealth of our ecosystems.

Diego Conesa pointed out that the objective of the PSOE is to increase the weight of renewable energies in the final energy consumption to a minimum of 35% by 2030, with the commitment to reach, by the 2050 horizon, 100% of electricity from renewable sources.

For this, the socialist government has taken the first steps in order to recover the lost time in everything related to a fair energy transition.

Conesa has highlighted among the main measures taken the elimination of the so-called "sun tax", to enable the protagonism of citizens in the production of renewable energies and greater efficiency in energy consumption, with its corresponding regulatory development.

Another measure is the elaboration of a strategy to combat energy poverty, consolidating the right to energy, improving the design of the social bond of electricity and creating a new thermal social bond.

"The next day April 28 we are playing a sustainable future, bet on clean energy, and from the Socialist Party we are already working for it through the 2030 Agenda."

Mobility and transport

For its part, the head of the list to the Congress of Deputies, Pedro Saura, said during his visit to the City of Transport, in Molina de Segura, where he has been accompanied by the number 3 to Congress, Juan Luis Soto, and the mayor, Esther Clavero, "that transport and mobility must be at the center of government policies to achieve greater economic competitiveness, provide greater social cohesion and contribute to curbing climate change, reducing the emission of greenhouse gases "

Pedro Saura has indicated that one of the measures of the PSOE's electoral program is to change the current denomination of the Ministry of Development, which will be called the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda.

"We have to change the paradigm and invest to improve transport and mobility of people."

Saura has also underlined the importance of economic stability for growth and investment.

"Spain is growing twice as much as the countries of the European Union, it is creating jobs, there is confidence in the Spanish economy and foreign investment is increasing."

In this regard, he added that "the Government of Pedro Sanchez is offering the necessary stability, compared to the fiscal gifts offered by the alliance of the rights, which will cause instability and uncertainty to finance the welfare state."

Source: PSRM-PSOE

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