- Dec 13, 2021 8:45 am GMT
Spain will also spend at least EUR 200 million by 2023 on the advancement and development of offshore renewable energy technologies as the country tries to position itself as the leader in the field of research and development.
Spain is the European state with the most R&D facilities for floating wind and other marine energies, such as the Canary Islands Oceanic Platform (PLOCAN) and the Vizcaya Marine Energy Platform (BiMEP) or the Punta Langosteira Experimental Marine Energy Exploitation Zone (A Coruña), the second testbed in the world for wave energy, the government said.
The port infrastructure will also be evaluated under the Roadmap, and between EUR 500 million and EUR 1 billion is expected to be invested to cover the new logistics needs.
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