UE propone un plan energético en caso de corte del gas ruso

La ejecutiva de la Unión Europea propone que los estados miembros reduzcan en un 15% su demanda de gas durante los próximos meses para asegurar que cualquier corte del suministro ruso no afecta de forma drástica a la industria y asesta otro golpe a los hogares el próximo invierno

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La ejecutiva de la Unión Europea propuso el miércoles que los estados miembros reduzcan en un 15% su demanda de gas durante los próximos meses para asegurar que cualquier corte del suministro ruso no afecta de forma drástica a la industria y asesta otro golpe a los hogares el próximo invierno.

La Comisión Europea también pidió competencias para imponer restricciones obligatorias en todo el bloque en caso de una alerta en toda la UE “cuando haya un riesgo considerable de un grave desabastecimiento de gas o se produzca una demanda excepcionalmente alta de gas, que resulte en un deterioro significativo de la situación de suministro de gas”.

Los estados miembros abordarán las medidas en una reunión de emergencia de ministros de energía el próximo martes. Para que se apruebe, los diferentes gobiernos nacionales tendrían que considerar si ceden competencias en política energética a Bruselas.

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