This has to do with the airports authority's plan for a photovoltaic park at Son Bonet.
Muro, while coastal, has a sizeable interior and leads the way for self-consumption installations.
At present, there is only one wind farm in the Balearics.
Camping gas stoves, butane bottles, battery operated lighting and torches are flying off the shelves in Palma.
In the Balearics, energy transition will mean 25% renewable energy production within four years.
Greater risk of energy poverty,
Climate change and the pandemic have increased vulnerability to energy poverty.
The new Government decree will affect public and private buildings in the Balearic Islands.
“To combat climate change and reach the best possible scenario, we need everyone's involvement.."
"The Solar park will generate around 40% of the renewable energy currently consumed by Son Sant Joan and Son Bonet airports.."
Changes by the Ministry of Energy Transition will also make it possible for energy generated for schools to be reassigned for use by local residents during non-school hours.