Today, the global head of energy at Boston Consulting Group appeared hopeful of the possibility of achieving the emissions reduction targets, and called for the business world to adapt and for government bodies to collaborate.
The maximum renewable gas production potential in Spain could be the equivalent of 65% of the current total natural gas demand if it is purposefully developed.
European countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom and Sweden are very advanced in the development of this new energy vector, which Spain seeks to boost with the future Climate Change Act.
During the event, a study by the Chair of Energy Sustainability at Barcelona Institute of Economics-University of Barcelona was presented, which analyses energy poverty from the perspective of available income for vulnerable groups and concludes that one out of five Spanish households in this situation has one or more members who are unemployed.
Today, Santiago de Compostela played host to a conference by the Naturgy Foundation, analysing the impact of the decentralisation of power generation in the energy model, the active role of the end user and the future perspective of the production process from multiple points and the closest point possible to the consumer.
The Strategic Customers Director of Google Cloud, José Manuel García Gavilán, confirms that the future of digital transformation depends on the use of artificial intelligence neural networks.
IKEA España, KPMG, Telefónica, Altran, Amazon Web Services, Meliá Hotels International and Naturgy elaborated on this during the event for digitalisation projects for the improvement of competition and client experience across 7 different sectors.