Director ofRenewable energyof the Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE), exdirector general of Energy of the Govern and architect of the Balearic law of Climate Change thatprohibits new diesel since 2025,Joan Groizard, has defended the viability of the norm as well as that "it fits in the current legislation and in the competence scope": "The law has been drafted two years, it has not been improvised", has defended.
Groizard, who has gone to the Parliament to vote on the law, has called"surprising" the letter sent by the president of the Competition Commission, when, he recalled, "it is not the president who should speak, but the council, and even less the day before the law is approved." In any case, he has been calm saying that "the CNMC can not repeal the law."
The author of the Balearic law has recalled thatFrance and the United Kingdom plan the same measure for 2025and the European Commission in 2040. On the statements of Minister Reyes Maroto that combustion engines have many years left, explained that "the Paris Accords mark 2050, Spain 2040 and Balearic Islands 2035 for gasoline, which still A) Yesmay continue to circulate enrolled, so yes, it is still many years ", has interpreted, noting however that "can not wait for a drastic change in 2049".
"For the first time we are facing a long-term law," said Groizard, who recalled that the veto on diesel and gasoline are only part of the Climate Change law: "It's much more."