Prensa Once again the price of energy

This situation of social unrest should not take us to hasty conclusions about the regulation of the electricity wholesale market. The problem is that the final consumers in Spain receive an artificially higher price than our reference partners and, moreover, more than half of them are subjected to a uncontrollable and unpredictable volatility. There are many things to fix before changing something that works in the electricity market.

Prensa Once again the price of energy

This situation of social unrest should not take us to hasty conclusions about the regulation of the electricity wholesale market. The problem is that the final consumers in Spain receive an artificially higher price than our reference partners and, moreover, more than half of them are subjected to a uncontrollable and unpredictable volatility. There are many things to fix before changing something that works in the electricity market.

Prensa Trump's Energy Policy

The conjunction of a less bureaucratic regulation and a tax incentive programme, with the announced tax reduction, might be a revulsive for investment. 

Prensa Trump's Energy Policy

The energy policy is an essential component of the economic policy, and more over in a country that is situated among the first in the world in oil, gas and coal reserves, and power production and consumption. The conjunction of a less bureaucratic regulation and a tax incentive programme, with the announced tax reduction, might be a revulsive for investment.

Prensa ANALYSISWhat will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?, by John Bruton

/14.10.15/.- The former prime minister of Ireland, John Bruton, reviews on this FAES Analysis the main consecuences a decision by the electors of the UK to withdraw from the European Union would have. This would mean "a huge blow to the EU" and for the country itself, due to that would weaken its economy, make more complicated its access to markets and, collaterally, would damage Ireland. 

Prensa El futuro de la energía en España [The Future of Energy in Spain]

La energía es un factor estratégico y de competitividad para cualquier sociedad y, por sus implicaciones económicas y sociales, precisa de un marco regulatorio adecuado y de una responsabilidad política por parte del Gobierno. La decisión de cerrar la central nuclear de Garoña ha puesto de manifiesto tanto la falta de una política energética en España como la incapacidad del actual Gobierno para tomar decisiones en beneficio del interés general. El XVIII Observatorio Económico de FAES, celebrado el 20 de julio de 2009, reunió a Manuel Pizarro, Juan Velarde, Honorato López Isla, Pedro Rivero y Roberto Centeno para analizar la situación energética en España. Se defendió el uso de la energía nuclear y se reclamó una política responsable a largo plazo que, como elementos clave, busque garantizar la seguridad del suministro, la competitividad y la sostenibilidad.

Prensa Nuclear Energy: A Safe, Clean and Cost-Effective Way to Meet Kyoto Targets

La energía de fisión nuclear garantiza el abastecimiento energético, es barata en términos relativos, es operativamente segura, se ha demostrado inocua para la salud y se revela ventajosa en términos medioambientales al no generar emisiones de CO2 u otros gases de efecto invernadero. El progreso técnico reporta ya soluciones satisfactorias para los residuos, si bien es necesario seguir reforzando la investigación en este terreno. La elevada dependencia energética española y los compromisos de Kyoto refuerzan sus ventajas para España.

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Diálogos FAES.- The energy transition in Spain: lessons from other countries

Prensa Once again the price of energy

02.01.2017. This situation of social unrest should not take us to hasty conclusions about the regulation of the electricity wholesale market. The problem is that the final consumers in Spain receive an artificially higher price than our reference partners and, moreover, more than half of them are subjected to a uncontrollable and unpredictable volatility. There are many things to fix before changing something that works in the electricity market.

Prensa Once again the price of energy

02.01.2017. This situation of social unrest should not take us to hasty conclusions about the regulation of the electricity wholesale market. The problem is that the final consumers in Spain receive an artificially higher price than our reference partners and, moreover, more than half of them are subjected to a uncontrollable and unpredictable volatility. There are many things to fix before changing something that works in the electricity market.

Prensa Trump's Energy Policy

01.17.2017. The conjunction of a less bureaucratic regulation and a tax incentive programme, with the announced tax reduction, might be a revulsive for investment. 

Prensa Trump's Energy Policy

01.17.2017. The energy policy is an essential component of the economic policy, and more over in a country that is situated among the first in the world in oil, gas and coal reserves, and power production and consumption. The conjunction of a less bureaucratic regulation and a tax incentive programme, with the announced tax reduction, might be a revulsive for investment.

Prensa ANALYSISWhat will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?, by John Bruton

10.14.2015.  The former prime minister of Ireland, John Bruton, reviews on this FAES Analysis the main consecuences a decision by the electors of the UK to withdraw from the European Union would have. This would mean "a huge blow to the EU" and for the country itself, due to that would weaken its economy, make more complicated its access to markets and, collaterally, would damage Ireland. 

Publicaciones El futuro de la energía en España [The Future of Energy in Spain]

10.06.2009. La energía es un factor estratégico y de competitividad para cualquier sociedad y, por sus implicaciones económicas y sociales, precisa de un marco regulatorio adecuado y de una responsabilidad política por parte del Gobierno. La decisión de cerrar la central nuclear de Garoña ha puesto de manifiesto tanto la falta de una política energética en España como la incapacidad del actual Gobierno para tomar decisiones en beneficio del interés general. El XVIII Observatorio Económico de FAES, celebrado el 20 de julio de 2009, reunió a Manuel Pizarro, Juan Velarde, Honorato López Isla, Pedro Rivero y Roberto Centeno para analizar la situación energética en España. Se defendió el uso de la energía nuclear y se reclamó una política responsable a largo plazo que, como elementos...

Publicaciones Nuclear Energy: A Safe, Clean and Cost-Effective Way to Meet Kyoto Targets

03.01.2007. La energía de fisión nuclear garantiza el abastecimiento energético, es barata en términos relativos, es operativamente segura, se ha demostrado inocua para la salud y se revela ventajosa en términos medioambientales al no generar emisiones de CO2 u otros gases de efecto invernadero. El progreso técnico reporta ya soluciones satisfactorias para los residuos, si bien es necesario seguir reforzando la investigación en este terreno. La elevada dependencia energética española y los compromisos de Kyoto refuerzan sus ventajas para España.

Videos
Diálogos FAES.- The energy transition in Spain: lessons from other countries