These plans are designed to establish measures to encourage rational and sustainable use of the territory and resources while promoting universal mobility and accessibility to all the Parks’ spaces and services.

The deployment of the PSMAU is structured in three plans:

  • Sustainability Plan, which will contribute to the improvement of the environment of the surroundings of the RPTE, as well as the territory on which they are settled. The safety and health of citizens and workers will also be worked on, and there will be a contribution for a higher efficiency of the economy thanks to a more rational use of spaces, energy and natural resources. This way by 2030 it is foreseen that the use of energy will be reduced by 35% and 32% of the energy will be generated with renewable powers aspiring to be energetically self-sufficient by 2035.
  • Mobility Plan, which incorporates policies and strategies of sustainable mobility. Regular journeys will be optimized, facilitating an efficient and safe mobility, which generates a minimum environmental and landscapist impact. Among other measures, intermodality and the use of public and collective transport will be promoted.
  • Universal Accessibility Plan, with which the right of all the people’s access to the physical environments of the parks will be pursued, as well as its products and services of public access and use, in a free and the most autonomous possible way. Every field of the RPTE is sought to be reached in a transversal, multidisciplinary and multi-sector way.
Vehicles that use alternative fuels
Climate neutrality
Energetic self-sufficiency
Energy use Reduction by 60%


Energy Transition and Climate Neutrality

Reducing energy use, increasing renewable energies and being self-sufficient, reaching a neutral balance on GHG emissions

Long-term objective: “0 Energy use” Parks (zero use by 2035)


Advancing in the planification of the Sustainable and Resilient Campuses before Climate Change

Sustainable urban development

Resilience in the face of urban heat island effect

Landscape action plan

Do you want a change or do you want to be part of it?

The development of the PSMAU has supported a model of modern and active participation, which will give visibility to the criteria and solutions proposed for the companies that form the Parks, the people who work in them, the municipal representatives and institutions or interested social agents, among others.
The deployment of the Plan will advance toward the objective of materializing the proposed work agenda for the next five years and that has identified the keys that, in Sustainability, Mobility and Universal Accessibility matters, have to be taken into account by the RPTE.
The implementation of the PSMAU will place the RPTE as a key actor and co-responsible in the necessary answer that the Basque Country has to give to the challenges it has on matters of sustainability. Challenges that will play, undoubtedly, a key role in the articulation of a more sustainable, accessible and resilient territory.
After the definition phase of the objectives and action of the Plan, in this moment there are advances being made toward the deployment of the Plan. Within this deployment significant Sustainability and Mobility forums have been foreseen counting with the participation of the people who work in the companies located in the RPTE.
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2030 Technology Park Network

  • Includes Sustainability in the mission and values ​​of RPTE
  • We work the 5 spheres established by the UN
  • ‘Prosperity’ sphere the most related to our mission
  • We contribute to 14 of 17 SDGs