Transition Strategy to promote the use of cleaner technologies and fuels
This document has medium and long-term planning components, 15 and 30 years, respectively, consistent with international best practices. Based on a series of studies and diagnostics mandated by the Energy and Transition Law, these planning components of the energy sector define clean energy goals and energy efficiency. The Strategy includes a number of areas of impact on low carbon energy production, as well as on energy efficiency and conservation across the economy, including through structural transformation in demand (as in transport).
Target on Clean Energy: 35% by 2024; 39-9% by 2033; and 50% by 2050.
Annual average reduction of energy intensity in final consumption 2.2% between 2020-2035, and 2.5% between 2035-2050.