António Sá da Costa, President of APREN, speaks to Radio Seixal about renewable energies in Portugal
APREN 2014 Conference - RR
The Portuguese government supports the existence of a single energy policy in the European Union, just as there is a single currency. At the end of the APREN conference, the Secretary of State for Energy took up this idea.
Renewable power plants met about 44% of Portugal's electricity consumption in 2017, shows data from the Portuguese Association of Renewable Energy (APREN).
Portugal's CO2 emissions rise 25% in a year
The Portuguese Association for Renewable Energies (APREN) and environmental group, the Zero Association, today called for more effort on renewable energy production in Portugal as a way of increasing the country's self-reliance.