Publicaciones de la categoría: Analysis

It’s official! From March 1, according to the resolution approving the operating procedures published by the CNMC, Spanish prosumers may be compensated by their retailers (aka. electricity providers) for the excess electricity they inject into the network. This newest development in the Spanish market was brought by a new resolution which was approved by the […]

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With the new tariff structure for Spanish electricity consumers being announced by the CNMC few weeks ago, the landscape of the energy market is about to change (once again). The success of these measures depends on the evolution of a love – hate relationship: that between the consumers and the electricity retailers (suppliers). Which of […]

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The Royal Decree RD244 (April 2019) in Spain, classifies and defines the different types of self-consumption. Until recently, there was only one possibility: individual self-consumption connected to an internal network (aka. apartment complexes). However, with the new rule, the definition of collective self-consumption is introduced, so that several consumers can associate with the same generation […]

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After the liberalization of the Spanish energy sector in 1997, the functions of the actors involved in the energy market were separated – from the generation to the commercialization of energy to the final consumer. In this post we explain in detail the market functions and responsibilities of each of these actors.   The kWh […]

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The energy mix, also known as “energy matrix”, is the final composition (usually on annual basis) of the electricity production of a country. In other words, the energy mix breaks down the different sources of energy generation (renewable and non-renewable) that contributed for covering the energy demand of a country. In Spain we have a […]

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