Minimum share of clean energies in power generation of 25 % by 2018, 30 % by 2021, 35 % by 2024 (as stipulated in the Climate Change Act).
To qualify as clean energy, the resources should have emissions of below 100 kg/MWh (including CCS).
Electricity producers and suppliers will have the obligation to meet clean energy targets. These targets can be partially mate (50%) through trading of Clean Energy Certificates (CECs). Fines are set in place for those who do not comply with the law.
Through this law, the National Commission for Efficient Use of Energy (CONUEE) was created to provide scientific information and advice, and draft the Energy Strategy and the National Programme for Sustainable Energy Use.
A program to support the modernization of the grid is also established, and health and environmental costs are internalized into the operations costs assessments.

Although not officially superseded nor ended, it is no longer in effect after current adminstration reformed the wider Electricity Industry Law (LIE) in 2021 and publsihed the "Policy for reliability, safety, quality, and continuity of the National Electric System" (2020)

Impact indicators:
  • 1
    Name: Energy efficiency improvement target (%)
    Value: 2.5
    Base year: 2005
    Target year: 2030
    Comments: -
  • 2
    Name: Share of renewables (%)
    Value: 10
    Base year: -
    Target year: 2010
    Comments: -
  • 3
    Name: Energy efficiency improvement target (%)
    Value: 40
    Base year: 2015
    Target year: 2030
    Comments: Energy productivity increase in terms of percetual decrease of PJ/GDP