In collaboration with Accenture and EPRI Transitioning Industrial Clusters towards Net Zero
18 January 2023
– The Basque Net Zero Industrial Super Cluster aims to accelerate the path to net-zero emissions in the Basque Country, creating energy supply decarbonization and energy efficiency in the industrial sectors and creating market opportunities based on the scale-up of the new technologies and innovative services. [...] The Policy Australian government has supported the development of the cluster through the provision of common user infrastructures like roads, rail and ports, and the provision of industrial land. – The designation of KIA as a strategic industrial area (SIA) has elevated the attention received at the state level, though this has not yet materially increased the financial or enabling- policy suppo. [...] From the establishment and private) of the cluster, these dialogues have Basque energy companies are committed anchored in international perspectives to the decarbonization of the economy, to consciously define and strengthen the as well as of its own processes, through strategic positioning of the cluster. [...] In Plan 2030 (PCTI 2030) and the Intelligent addition to regional, national and EU-level Industry Strategy, is committed to the policies described here, the SPRI (Basque implementation of digital technologies and Government) continues to team with the considers the use of data analytics and partners to develop policies that creatively digital technologies as one of the keys to enable the cluster a. [...] decarbonization initiatives. – These policies have laid the foundation, and – Regionally, the 2021 Basque Climate & seeded the funding, for the Basque Country Energy Transition Law (LTCCE) was passed and NZBIS to remain on track towards its to enforce and support public and private net zero commitments and align with the initiatives – like NZBIS – to achieve the European Green Deal and the Agenda.