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¿Una transición justa?Los bonos sociales a debate desde una perspectiva de pobrezay justicia energética

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  • Sergio Tirado Herrero
  • Luis Jiménez Meneses
  • José Luís López Fernández

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Se calcula que hay millones de personas afectadas por la pobreza energética en España, segúnindicadores del Observatorio Europeo de Pobreza Energética (EPOV) elaborados por laAsociación de Ciencias Ambientales (ACA). Hasta abril de 2019, la única medida de alcanceestatal para combatir esta problemática ha sido el bono social de electricidad, una rebaja paliativadel precio regulado de la electricidad para consumidores vulnerables. El trabajo analiza laevolución de este instrumento y hace una revisión de aspectos críticos del marco político ynormativo actual (Real Decreto-ley 15/2018 y Estrategia Nacional de Pobreza Energética 2019-2024) desde una perspectiva de justicia energética y derecho a la energía. Presenta también unaevaluación cuantitativa de la cobertura potencial y efectividad real de criterios de asignación delbono social eléctrico basados en los ingresos del hogar. El trabajo concluye que, frente al doblereto de una transición energética ambiental y socialmente justa, es necesaria la sustituciónprogresiva de enfoques asistenciales o reactivos (como los bonos sociales) por una política queafronte las causas estructurales de la pobreza energética y la emergencia climática.

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  • Sergio Tirado Herrero & Luis Jiménez Meneses & José Luís López Fernández, 2019. "¿Una transición justa?Los bonos sociales a debate desde una perspectiva de pobrezay justicia energética," Studies on the Spanish Economy eee2019-33, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaeee:eee2019-33
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