Spanish Norvento continues its international progress in industrial self-consumption


Norvento, a Spanish renewable technologies company with comprehensive capacity, has installed two new wind turbines nED 100 in Scotland (United Kingdom) for industrial self-consumption. The Spanish company has a stable base in the UK since 2014, where it has expanded its industrial self-consumption business and has already installed 25 turbines.

30,000 Oaxacans access electricity through home photovoltaic systems


The recently completed ACCIONA Microenergy Foundation’s “Luz en Casa Oaxaca” program has achieved its goal of bringing electricity through third generation home photovoltaic systems to the most remote communities in the State of Oaxaca, with more than 7,500 families serviced in 488 locations.


CIRCUTOR solutions achieve certification in accordance with the UNE217001-IN standard 0 grid injection


CIRCUTOR CDP solutions (CDP-0, CDP-G and CDP-DUO) and CirPower Hybrid 4k-48 have achieved the UNE217001-IN certificate, which states that controllers intended to avoid grid injection must be capable of regulating the output power of the inverters in less than 2 seconds.

Norvento positions itself as the leader of distributed generation


Norvento is one of Spanish most veteran companies in the field of renewable energies. Its 35 years of experience and the internationalization of its projects back in 2008 allowed the company to survive the crisis and face new challenges. Distributed generation is one of them.


One in three Spaniards could produce their electricity from renewables by 2050


More than half of the European Union citizens and a third of the Spanish could generate their own electricity with renewables by 2050, according to a new study by CE Delft for Friends of the Earth, the European Renewable Energies Federation, Greenpeace and REScoop.eu.

UPN presents a new non-legislative motion on the self-consumption Royal Decree


UPN (Union del Pueblo Navarro) leads the proposal presented to the commission of industry before the Congress of Deputies for an amendment to the Self-Consumption Royal Decree that would facilitate the rise of such facilities by reducing administrative burdens and taxes.