Press Releases

2021: A year of records and historical moments
In a joint statement from the Associations APREN and ZERO, the two entities disseminate an analysis of the evolution of the main indicators of the energy transition.
News about the National Electric System at APREN's annual conference
Press release closing APREN's annual conference.
APREN will have more than 50 speakers to talk about renewables
Press release presenting the full program for APREN's annual conference
Renewables are crutial to avoid electricity prices increase
The 2022 proposal for Tariffs and Prices for Electricity published by ERSE underlines the positive contribution of renewables and their centrality in maintaining low electricity prices.
9 em cada 10 portugueses consideram que o país deveria investir mais em renováveis
Esta é uma das principais conclusões da análise Marktest para a APREN em antevisão à conferência anual da associação, a Portugal Renewable Energy Summit, que decorre nos próximos dias 9 e 10 de novembro.
Renewables as the centre for economic recovery will be the theme for APREN's annual conference
Press release presenting APREN's annual conference
APREN and APESF merge to promote renewable energies
The two associations followed their path always working in parallel, but with close and permanent cooperation and dialogue from their respective foundations.
Renewables contributed with 18.500 million € for the Portuguese GDP and saved 6.100 million € on electric bills
The study assessed the impact and contribution, between 2016 and 2020, of electricity from renewable sources on the bill of consumers, on the electricity system and on the national economy.
APREN emphasizes increase in European target for renewable incorporation
The European Commission launched the legislative package “Fit for 55”. They are a total of 14 pieces of legislation to allow the expansion of the GHG reduction target from 40% to 55%, made official in December 2020.
APREN Applauds Tax Suspension to Alleviate Wholesale Electricity Price
Order No. 6398/2021 suspends payment on account applied to energy producers and will bring direct benefits to the consumer, lowering the price of electricity in the wholesale market.