Nothing will be the same as before. or perhaps it will

This article reviews the situation being experienced due to the current crisis, essentially the fall in the market price, and the simulation of what could happen in future, with a high renewable...

Energy sector transformation: a key focus of the European Green Deal

Climate change is the major challenge of our time and requires an urgent response, which is why the European Union is aiming to lead the transition towards a low-carbon economic model. To...

2019: the transition year of the interminable transition

I started this article just after returning from the “unrestricted” green zone, the COP25, and the truth is that it has been a bittersweet experience. The Forum is a melting pot of issues, where...

Wind power, the vector of change for the energy transition

2019 has represented a fundamental year for driving the growth of wind power in Spain. The year has been characterised by several major milestones for the Spanish wind power sector: the ambitious European commitment...

2019: the first year of a new era

The end of 2019 has brought us a new sustainability stimulus in the form of the European Green Deal. To mark this commitment, which aims to turn Europe in a climate-neutral continent by 2050,...

Contributing to a more innovative and competitive NECP

Undoubtedly, the most noteworthy fact of 2019 has been the submission by the Government of Spain to the European Commission of the draft National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) for the period 2021-2030. The...

2019, a year in transition

2019 will not down in history as the year in which progress was made to put into practice the ideas to which we have fortunately committed as regards energy and sustainability, after years of...

Hydrogen: the energy vector of today and tomorrow

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, but is not freely available in the ground. It is not a natural resource, in other words, it has to be produced, just like electricity,...

Hydrogen, the essential tool for decarbonisation

It is becoming increasingly clearer that the world must progress towards decarbonising different sectors which will allow us to sustainably face a future that will demand more energy and in which more inhabitants will...

Energy storage in remote Arctic Communities

Remote off-grid communities across northern Canada and Alaska are traditionally powered by diesel generators. Fuel delivery, often via ice roads, can be difficult and expensive. Wind turbines and solar PV arrays can be deployed...