Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are providing €18 million to the environmental and climate change-related research and technology programme in Spain. This is set to be a win-win for the three donor countries, Spain and the environment.
Spain is a recognised global leader in renewable energy production. This has stimulated the growth of a thriving industry based on innovation, research and development (R&D). Remarkable figures from the Spanish grid operator show that greenhouse gas emissions from Spain’s power sector are likely to have fallen by 23% in 2013 as power generation from wind turbines and hydroelectric plants soared.
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Source: FMO´s publication on the environmental and climate change-related research and technology programme in Spain. http://eeagrants.org.ez.07.no/News/2014/18-million-boost-for-green-technology