New decree on urgent measures to boost energy transition and local consumption in Aragon
On Monday 20 March, the Government of Aragon approved the new Decree-Law 1/2023, to promote its own energy model based on renewable energies and local consumption. This is a series of urgent measures to accelerate the [...]
Calculating the organisation’s carbon footprint: voluntary or mandatory?
More and more legislative steps are being taken towards the ecological transition and a more sustainable model, following the guidelines of the European Green New Deal. Grants are emerging for the implementation of renewable energy technologies [...]
Intergia is 15 years old! How has the renewable energy sector evolved in this time?
The history of Intergia has been as changing as the evolution of renewable energies and their perception by society. The company, founded in 2008, started its activity in the auxiliary sector of construction and restoration of [...]
FEV presents the SWfCP “Sustainable Wineries for Climate Protection” sustainability label
Last Monday, 28th November, we attended the presentation of the Sustainable Wineries for Climate Protection seal in the Assembly Hall of the Ministry of Agriculture, in Madrid, by the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV, by its Spanish [...]
First demonstration prototype of floating photovoltaic system on slurry pond
Floating PV technology is already an alternative to the use of land or roofs for installing solar modules on water ponds. This type of installation has certain advantages, such as eliminating the need for land or [...]
Safety in photovoltaic systems – before, during and after installation
Safety is a fundamental aspect that must be taken into account when setting up and operating any renewable energy installation. Measures must be taken to ensure both the integrity of the materials to be handled and [...]