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Women for a better planet. Belen Linares. Acciona Energía
Listening to industry to progress towards the energy transition. Virginia Guinda. ACOGEN
The change towards sustainable mobility is a part of each of us. Elena Bernárdez. Endesa
Gas: key to Spain’s energy transition and industrial competitiveness. Verónica Riviêre. GasINDUSTRIAL
Facilitating women’s entry into the energy sector enriches us all. Marta Alonso. Global Energy Services (GES)
PV as an essential technology to achieve a change in paradigm. Aida Gonzalez. UNEF

New world record for P-type monocrystalline cell efficiency
Tracking architecture and reliability with a focus on Latin America
Monitoring and supervision. The keys to wind farm profitability
World’s first specialised bifacial solar tracking R&D centre
A new era in solar responsibility
A smart PV solution to reduce the LCOE combining premium components and optimising their integration
PV self-consumption. Storage, the key to using solar energy 24/7
PV self-consumption in single family dwellings

Towards the circular economy: biomass waste-to-energy in Galicia and Northern Portugal
Success story: Quesos Cerrato

Improved productivity through the use of high efficiency motors
High efficiency electric motors and drives reduce orange juice concentrate production costs
Evaporative cooling. Spearheading energy saving and innovation

Single-cycle gas engine plants: a solution for balancing the grid and backing up renewables
Sustainable electricity markets.Large developments vs. distributed energy: the future role of CHP

Digitalisation of energy systems
Collaborative energy: a blockchain model for renewable energie

May 2018

Cover story



Doyen of the solutions sector for heat generation and application in Spain under the brand ERATIC, this significant anniversary takes place at the height of its sales and with the highest level of international visibility in its history.


Empresas Reunidas Asistencia Técnica Industrial y Comercial (ERATIC) was founded in 1968 and was a pioneer in its day in Spain’s industrial thermal oil boilers sector. With David Moldes Fariñas at the helm and a young but experienced team of professionals, in a few years, ERATIC would position itself as the leading company in its segment, and a reference at the technological forefront of the industrial heat transmission sector.

The history of ERATIC, which in 2012 became part of the holding company INNERGY and changed its name to INNERGY HEAVY INDUSTRIES, has always been shaped by the vision and entrepreneurial spirit of the first founding generation of professionals and which have been transformed into the values and standards of the company, such as: the development of technologies that bring the client added value; a full commitment to service; and a long-term approach towards the strategy and decisions of new generations. This ongoing quest for improvement has driven the company’s expansion into international markets as diverse and demanding as Chile, Argentina and Japan.

INNERGY, which today is a group with approximately 200 professionals and around 5,000 projects spanning the five continents, has its head engineering and production centre in Quart de Poblet (Valencia), as well as subsidiary companies in Chile (INNERSUD), Argentina (ERATIC Sudamericana) and Japan (INNERGY JAPAN). These, in addition to an extensive network of partners in over 15 countries enabled 70% of its turnover in the past year to be generated outside Spain.

The three main lines of business, divided into independent companies, cover a wide range of fields of activity. In the electrical engineering sector, INNERGY ELECTRIC develops the design, manufacturing and integration of switchboards, as well as SCADA control and monitoring systems, through the integrated management of electrical projects.

For turnkey solutions under the EPC or ESCO formats, INNERGY ENGINEERING offers integrated solutions for generation and/ or cogeneration processes, enabling industries to bring down the costs of their productive processes and be more competitive, in addition to reducing their impact through environmentally-friendly solutions.

In the capital goods sector, INNERGY HEAVY INDUSTRIES has positioned the ERATIC brand as a reference in the industrial boilers segment, both due to the durability and quality of its products (some 1960s and 1970s units are still in commission). The company has developed and introduced onto the market different technologies that have allowed the entire sector to evolve: from manufacturers of industrial boilers powered by petroleum derivatives to the use of biomass and the energy recovery of by-products. It is currently spearheading the new 4.0 revolution towards total process control and its integration with the rest of the digital industry.