Plan structured around four transversal axes

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Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan for the Spanish Economy

It is structured around four transversal axes:


Click on each of the axes for more information.

Digital transformation

  • 80% of the population will receive training in digital skills.
  • 75% population has 5G coverage.
  • 100% high-speed coverage.
  • 150,000 public servants trained on working from home.
  • 2.5 million SMEs will benefit from digitalisation programmes.

Ecological transformation

  • Renewable energy plan.
  • 250,000 electric vehicles in 2023; 5 million in 2030.
  • Roll out of 100,000 charging stations.
  • Large scale transformation of the energy system (100% renewable in 2050.
  • Renovation of 500,000 properties.
  • Works to improve coasts and water resources (restoration of 25,000 km of rivers).

Gender equality

  • Axis transversal to all initiatives.
  • Eliminate gender gaps.
  • 65,000 nursery spaces for children aged between 0 and 3.
  • 1,460 family companionship units for assisting vulnerable students.

Social and territorial cohesion

  • Enhance welfare (health, education, national dependency system.
  • Reformation of employment policies.
  • Fair tax system.
  • Programme of educational enrichment.
  • 250,000 devices for use in the home.
  • 200,000 new occupational training spaces.

Structured around 10 main policies:

Education and training policy iconContinuous education and training

Culture and sports industry policy iconPromotion of the culture and sports industry

energy transformation policy iconFair and inclusive energy transformation

Urban and rural agenda policy iconUrban and rural agenda

modernisation and digitalisation policy iconModernisation and digitalisation of SMEs

public administration policy icon21st century public administration

Employment policies iconNew economy of care work and employment policies

Infrastructures policy iconResilient infrastructures and ecosystems

Science and public healthy policy iconScience, innovation and public health

Taxation policy iconFair taxation

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