Self-consumption calls for more agility in processing access permits
El Economista – I For Empresarial “The emergence of self-consumption”.
NetOn, driving industry through self-consumption
Environment and ESG special – El Economista
Fortia and NetOn to promote industrial self-consumption
Fortia Energía and NetOn Power, the industrial self-consumption platform, have signed a collaboration agreement to offer joint electricity supply and self-consumption solutions to large industrial consumers, according to the marketer that manages the energy of large industrial consumers.
NetOn participates in El Economista’s 7th Energy Forum
NetOn Power’s CEO, Alberto Martín Rivals, participated in the round table on self-consumption together.
Grupo Hispamoldes signs a 1.12 MW self-consumption PPA with NetOn Power for its Palencia factory
The agreement includes doubling the power installed on the roof of the factory with a plant on the ground. The specialist in the design, development and manufacture of thermoplastic parts by injection and moulds, Grupo Hispamoldes, has entrusted NetOn Power with the development and operation of a self-consumption facility with a total power of 1.12 MW in Venta de Baños (Palencia).
Interview in LaSexta to our CEO Alberto Martin Rivals
On 1 August, our CEO Alberto Martin Rivals was interviewed by La Sexta in a section highlighting photovoltaic self-consumption as an alternative to gas.
Axel Narváez, Financial Director
Axel Narváez Kirkpatrick,
finance director, worked at Torresol, a group promoted by Sener and Masdar.
NetOn Power, a company specialising in energy self-consumption at scale for the industrial sector, new partner of the La Rioja Automotive Cluster
The Automotive Cluster incorporates NetOn Power, an electric self-consumption services company, among its collaborators, which will promote the Cluster’s strategic lines such as sustainability, the environment and cost reduction.
Quantum Energy to invest 180 million in industrial self-consumption in Spain
The Texan fund will finance its investment with its own funds and recourse to the market. Its parent company in Spain, NetOn Power, will have 300 megawatts of installed capacity.
Suris, in the solar revolution
The century-old company has reached an agreement with NetOn Power to develop self-consumption projects for industrial customers.