Energy and environment

The integrated management of gas and electricity infrastructures in Spain would allow savings of more than €2 billion a year by 2050

A report by Frontier Economics and the German University of Aachen concludes that integrated infrastructure management (sector coupling) will be essential in achieving decarbonisation, because it minimises costs, makes it possible to decarbonise sectors that are difficult to electrify, increases supply safety, and makes it possible to promote an industry with export potential and job creation.

Education and dissemination

Naturgy Foundation to offer educational and cultural activities in Madrid to over 350 children at risk of social exclusion

The initiative, which is supported by the Secretariado Gitano Foundation, Cáritas and the Red Cross, will offer a programme of activities focused on energy saving and efficiency in Madrid from 9 to 17 July.

The programme will also include an appearance by the Energytruck, a mobile exhibition by the Naturgy Foundation that demonstrates what energy is and how we can consume it responsibly in a visual and interactive way.

Energy and environment

The Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation analyses how energy efficiency reduces costs and CO2 emissions in the hotel industry

The seminar “Energy efficiency in Hotels and Tourism” organised by the Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation, in collaboration with the Regional Government of Murcia analyses energy efficiency and sustainability measures in the tourism industry.

The benefits of applying efficiency measures in the hotel and tourism industry are twofold: supporting sustainable management by consuming less resources and reduced CO2 emissions, and economic savings.

Experts at the event maintain that sustainable management policies in the tourism industry contribute to the commitment to society as well as improving customers’ comfort and economic profit for companies.

Energy and environment

Europe to promote development of more efficient, more renewable and more consumer-accessible energy

The Climate and Energy Department of the European Commission and the Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation organised an event today on the strategy proposed by the European Union to achieve the climate goals in the Paris Agreement.

Gas Natural Fenosa is a member of the “Make Power Clean” group of companies that support reducing greenhouse gas emissions and limiting them to 550 grCO2/kWh.

The energy transition includes three main key areas: improving energy efficiency; leadership in the profitable development of renewable energies; and greater involvement by the consumer.