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Catalonia Approved SOLARCAT Strategy To Make Decentralized Solar Central to Catalonia’s Transition to 100% Renewable Energy By 2050

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Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy’s “eyes are nothing like the sun” (Shakespeare Sonnet 130, adapted.)


BIPV façade at MNACTEC, near Barcelona, Catalonia

Catalonia will apparently need to liberate itself from Spain in order to pursue its plan of converting to decentralized solar energy in its push to reach 100% renewable energy by 2050. Catalonia must liberate itself from Italy, still the largest shareholder of ENEL, which owns the nuclear power stations in Catalonia through a subsidiary named ENDESA. While France has been allowed to bail out its state-owned nuclear industry, the EU would probably say that Catalonia promoting solar constitutes unfair subsidies, so it’s probably better for Catalonia to leave Spain and the EU (especially Italy) behind. But, of course, Spain threatens to scuttle Catalonia’s government tomorrow and SOLARCAT would be scuttled with it.

Greenpeace Greece Solar Panels

On Tuesday, October 17, 2017, the Government of Catelonia approved the…

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October 19, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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