The European Parliament votes " no " to the ‘sun tax’ in Spain

The European Parliament has approved on Wednesday the European Renewable Directive, which proposes that by 2030 35% of EU energy consumption come from ‘green’ technologies. The text also devotes a section to self-consumption in which it specifies that consumers have the right to use the electricity that they produce and…

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Renewable energies with direct drive (without electricity and easy to use)

When talking about renewable energies, the image of large wind turbine plantations or roofs with photovoltaic panels immediately comes to mind. Hydroelectric is rarely thought of as another type of generation, such as the dangerous biomass or the reviled (albeit very usual) hydroelectric. Even less is usually thought of heating…

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One in three kilowatt hours in Spain is generated by renewable

Renewable energies in Spain are having a quite important evolution and increase their competitiveness in the markets every day. Not all conventional energies from fossil fuels such as coal, nuclear energy, natural gas or oil have been able to generate as much energy in Spain during 2017 as renewable energies…

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One in three kilowatt hours in Spain is generated by renewable

Renewable energies in Spain are having a quite important evolution and increase their competitiveness in the markets every day. Not all conventional energies from fossil fuels such as coal, nuclear energy, natural gas or oil have been able to generate as much energy in Spain during 2017 as renewable energies…

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Demolish a cathedral in Germany to make room for a coal mine [ENG]

For the first time in more than 200 years, a German cathedral has been deliberately demolished in order to expand a gigantic open-pit coal mine. The 120-year-old building was above the deposits of one of Europe’s dirtiest fuels: lignite. Last minute legal appeals and direct action by Greenpeace activists did…

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Why are we poorer? Energy eats the purchasing power of households

Today the average Spaniard has less purchasing power than before the crisis. Put more directly: we are poorer. At least with regard to your energy bill, an inevitable expense on a good of first necessity. Spanish families have to scratch their pockets a lot more now to pay their electricity…

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We lower the prices of light from January

As of January 1, 2018, we modified the prices of electricity tariffs in the cooperative to adjust to the economic margin objective that we have established. In practice, this supposes a downward revision of the price we pay for each kWh used. Last July 2017 we had to raise prices…

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Energy and country strategies

Germany: The idea of financing infrastructures for the generation of renewable energies through taxes imposed on consumers in the bill they pay every month is possible thanks to the broad support for environmentalist parties and the strong awareness of citizens, willing to put your money where your beliefs are, and…

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Electricity is free in Germany for several days

Now that winter arrives and the bill of light rises like foam, it is invidious to see where other countries are with respect to Spain. There are several that take us advantage in terms of energy sustainability and penetration of renewable energy. One of them is Germany, which for several…

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