Check the 2022 edition of the APREN Yearbook.
Renewables allow savings of up to 300 euros per year on consumer prices. Read the main conclusions of this APREN study.
Know the main conclusions of this study
Check the 2021 edition of the APREN Yearbook
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, projecting its effects in the context of energy policy and objectives established in the National Energy and Climate Plan for Portugal until 2030, and also looking at the new climate ambition established by the European Union, present in the European legislative package “Fit for 55%”, launched last July.
Check the 2020 edition of the APREN Yearbook
The 2019 edition of APREN´s Yearbook, a mark in the Portuguese energy portrait, being a showcase of what is done in the national renewable electricity sector.
Discover the main milestones of the renewables sector in Portugal during 2018.
Get to know the most relevant facts about renewable electricity in Portugal.
A publication which aims to explain, in a simple and fun way, what energy is, what types of energy exist, what use man has given them throughout history and what are the consequences of this use.
Pedagogical Manual that supports the book "The Living Energy of the Earth", with answers to the questions placed on it and suggestions of activities.
A study prepared by CENSE - Center for Sustainability and Environmental Research from the Faculty of Sciences and Technology (FCT NOVA), requested by APREN, which defines cost-effective trajectories for the transition of the electroproducer sector up to 2050.
APREN (in collaboration with INEGI) launched in October 2017 a new version of the e2p - Renewable Power Stations in Portugal map.
This map is part of the e2p - Energias Endógenas de Portugal project, which consists of the design of a database with relevant information about all the power stations using renewable energy sources, existing in Portugal.
The Wind Index (WI) aims to quantify the monthly electric energy production fluctuations coming from the wind resource around the historical average value.
It is based upon real wind farm production results, properly corrected in order to dissipate any operational unavailability effects.
The e2p project - Endogenous Energies of Portugal is a collaboration between APREN and INEGI to develop a database of all the renewable energy power plants in Portugal with special regime, periodicly updated and available to the general public.
The renewable energy sector is assuming an increasingly important position in Portugal, as a result of the expression that its actors have assumed in the national energy panorama, which is an important contribution to the sustainable development of the Country, the creation of wealth and the generation of employment. Considering the context of the renewable electricity sector in Portugal, APREN promoted an analysis of the progress of the sector in the recent years, projecting its evolution until 2020 and 2030.
Study developed by APREN and Deloitte.
Monthly Bulletin, which characterizes the behavior of the renewable electricity sector each month, focusing, among other things, the relevant technical aspects of system behavior and renewables and the analysis of the production and evolution of markets and interconnections.