MADRID, 15 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Basque Country, Catalonia and the Valencian Community accumulate almost 75% of the 793.72 million euros distributed in the first call for aid from the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation of the Electric and Connected Vehicle (Perte VEC), according to a report published by the government.
The document details the regional distribution of public aid that was distributed in the first call of the Perte VEC to 10 industrial projects and in the same figure that the Basque Country was the most benefited region with a total of 209.16 million euros ( 26.35% of the total), followed by Catalonia, with 198.7 million euros (25%) and the Valencian Community, where 186.07 million euros (23.4%) will be invested.
In total, the different industrial projects to which funds have been allocated will invest 593.94 million euros of public aid in these three autonomous communities, that is, almost 75%.
In fourth place is Navarra, where 57.52 million euros will fall, followed by Aragón (50.77 million euros), Madrid (28.03), Galicia (19.88), Castilla y León (19.79) and Castilla-La Mancha (17.03).
They are followed, at a considerable distance, by Andalusia, with 2.95 million euros, Cantabria (1.51), La Rioja (969,187 euros), Asturias (862,390 euros), Murcia (410,146 euros) and Extremadura, where only 4,080 euros of these public aids.
On the other hand, with regard to the funds distributed among the different autonomous communities within the framework of the Moves III Plan, intended to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles and to promote the charging infrastructure, the Government has distributed a total of 674.63 million euro.
Of this total amount, 338.28 million euros have been allocated to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles and 336.35 to promote the charging infrastructure in the different autonomous communities.
Regarding the first concept, the autonomous community that has received the most public funds has been Catalonia, with 63.94 million euros (18.9% of the total), followed by the Valencian Community (48.79 million euros and a 14.4% of the total) and Madrid, with 48.04 million euros (14.2% of the total).
It is followed by Andalusia, with 35.15 million euros, Galicia (24.04 million), the Basque Country (19.99), Castilla y León (19.59), the Canary Islands (12.97), the Balearic Islands (11.98) , Navarra (11.64) and Castilla La-Mancha (10.73).
Meanwhile, Murcia has allocated 7.39 million euros to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles within the framework of Moves III, while Asturias has received 6.62 million euros, Extremadura a total of 6.1 million euros, and to Aragon 5.46 million. They are followed by La Rioja (2.59 million), Cantabria (2.39), Ceuta (406,030 euros) and Melilla (367,016 euros).
Regarding the item destined to promote the infrastructure of electrical recharge, Catalonia is once again the most benefited, with a total of 63.94 million euros, followed by Madrid (35.45 million euros) and Andalusia (34.41 ).
In fourth position is the Valencian Community (34.34 million euros), followed by Castilla La-Mancha (22.88), Galicia (20.37), Castilla y León (19.77), Canarias (18.92 ), Basque Country (16.7), Aragon (13.46), Asturias (11.49), Extremadura (11.38), Navarra (11.19), Murcia (10.94), Balearic Islands (5.83 ), Cantabria (2.39), La Rioja (2.17), Melilla (367,016 euros) and Ceuta (286,030 euros).
On the Moves III Plan, the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, urged the autonomous communities this Tuesday at the press conference after the Council of Ministers to "speed up" the processing of these aids.