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Renewable energies regulation like a public-private partnership opportunity: do we have elements for cooperative governance?
Manuela MORA RUIZ; Rosa Giles Carnero

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  1. 1. INTI Conference Huelva 2013 21st-22nd November Social Innovation and new ways of governance for the socioecological transition Renewable energies regulation like a public-private partnership opportunity: do we have elements for cooperative governance? Giles-Carnero, R. Mora Ruiz, M. 21-10-2013
  2. 2. Index • • • • Introduction. European renewable energies regulation. Spanish renewable energies regulation. ¿A cooperative public-private governance?
  3. 3. Introduction European support for the development of renewable energy Versus/Interconnection Adaptation and development of the Spanish system of renewable energy
  4. 4. European renewable energies regulation • Interconnection of different goals: environmental protection; self-supply; and competiveness. • A key rule: Directive 2009/28/CE, of the European Parliament and the Council, of 23 April 2009, on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. • An specific approach to promotion: publicprivate cooperation.
  5. 5. Spanish renewable energies regulation • A complex system of responsibilities between central administration and different Comunidades Autónomas. • An insufficient central policy to promote renewable energy. with the risk of new • Different regional regulation with different approaches and rules.
  6. 6. A cooperative governance? • We have a new opportunity for two goals: • Development of a unique and clear regulatory system, without sectorial and regional contradictions. • Development of a new dialogue between society and State.

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