• Work to record installations and customer service pursuant to the new Royal Decree that regulates the self-supply of electricity in order to reduce the electricity tariff deficit, contribute to the system’s sustainability and apply the new tax system for electricity generation, renewables, cogeneration and waste.
  • Analysis of the status of installing smart meters in the electrical grid. · The studies focused on energy security aspects as well as on compliance with the regulations and recommendations of the European Commission.

Preparation of a methodology and model for energy foresight and to characterise the consumption demand for the electricity, gas and oil sectors. The work in the areas of energy security and security of supply will finish in 2017 with the presentation of “Sinergia”, which will define the Spanish government’s energy foresight methodology and model until 2050.

  • Support with multidisciplinary work teams in the execution of the energy efficiency programmes carried out as part of the National Energy Efficiency Fund and those financed through the national budget to upgrade the energy facilities in buildings.
  • Technical assessment of projects and presentation of a report on the investment of over 150 million euros in the industrial, transport and building sectors.
  • The Government has supported consecutive Plans to Incentivise Efficient Vehicles (PIVE). In December 2016, the process of certifying the grant requests under PIVE-8 finished, with Isdefe’s support in coordinating and certifying public grants. The incentives offered by the PIVE plans to promote the automotive industry, improve efficiency and reduce emissions of the Spanish car fleet were in great demand. Over €1 billion in public money was earmarked for these incentive programmes, which yielded significant industrial, energy, environmental and tax returns.

Technical assistance to prepare the National Action Framework (NAF) to implement alternative fuels in the transport sector. In October 2016, the government approved the National Action Framework to implement alternative fuels in the transport sector. Isdefe assisted the Ministry in writing the NAF.

  • As part of the financial programme signed in 2008 between the government of Egypt and Spain, it was agreed to build a 120-MW wind farm in the gulf of El-Zayt, to be financed in part by the Fund for the Internationalisation of Companies (FIEM) and in part by local financing. State Office for Commerce.
  • Technical support to oversee the progress of the project and ensure that it is executed to the highest possible standards, and to ensure that both parties comply with the milestones specified in the project, to guarantee the subsequent transfer of the wind farm to the relevant Egyptian authorities. The turnkey project for the 120-MW wind farm in the Gulf of El-Zayt was awarded by the Egyptian Ministry of Energy’s Renewable Energies Agency (NREA), and restricted to specialised Spanish companies. Work on the project began on 10 March 2016. Since then, an Isdefe team has been onsite performing the consulting tasks assigned. The timeline for carrying out the project is two years of construction and three years of follow-up during the warranty period.

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