EH Bildu proposes to change the law of land and urban planning to install photovoltaic panels without municipal permit


EH Bildu has submitted a non-legal proposal to facilitate the processing of self-consumption and energy savings in homes.

Euskaraz irakurri: Legebiltzarrak legea aldatzea aztertuko du, udal-lizentziarik gabe panel photovoltaikoak jarri ahal izateko

The Basque Parliament will study the amendment of the Agriculture and Urban Planning Act 2/2006 to install photovoltaic panels in homes without the need for a prior municipal permit.

EH Bildu presented this Thursday in the Basque Chamber the bill to facilitate self-consumption, which will be discussed and discussed in the Basque Parliament for possible approval.

EH Bildu Parliamentarian Mikel Otero has assured that this initiative will save time for people who want to install photovoltaic panels as they will not need to obtain a building permit as it will be replaced by prior communication with the town hall.

EH Bildu has brought this debate to the House to facilitate the processing of own consumption with the amendment of Article 207 of Law 2/2006 of June 30 on land and urban planning. The proposal went ahead with the support of PNV, EH Bildu, PSE-EE and Elkarrekin Podemos-IU, while PP+Cs abstained and the Vox MP voted against.

With this amendment, the Coalition proposes to exempt installations for the use of solar energy for own consumption from the permit requirement, when they are located on homes or buildings or on buildings or parking pergolas, although it covers a number of situations where it will not apply.

In addition, when dealing with the permit for the installation of facilities for the use of solar energy for own consumption and for the installation of charging points for electric vehicles in buildings, the permit can be replaced by a prior notice, in writing, from the stakeholder at the town hall.

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Source: EITB


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