The energy sector is undergoing a profound transformation process. Companies in the sector are advancing at full speed towards a model that implies adopting increasingly green technologies. The task is not being easy. Along the way, the industry has had to face a scenario of high volatility (like the one experienced in 2022), which has led to an escalation in the price of energy products, upsetting the pockets of consumers.
From gas to electricity to fuel, no input has been spared from the storm that has worsened significantly due to the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. What is the scenario that the sector foresees for this 2023? What will be the effect of the new energy tax? What are the main challenges to achieve the goals towards 20230 and 2050? What role does Spain play in the transition towards a more sustainable model?
To answer these questions, EL PAÍS and KPMG will hold, this coming Tuesday, January 24, an event to which various experts have been invited and which will be inaugurated by Sara Aagesen, Secretary of State for Energy of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge.
The meeting —which can be followed live from 10:00 a.m. on the website and social networks of this newspaper— will be attended by Beatriz Corredor, president of Redeia; Arturo Gonzalo Aizpiri, CEO of Enagás; Ana Paula Marques, CEO of EDP Spain; Andrés Guevara, president of BP Spain; Jorge Lanza, CEO of Exolum, and Carlos Solé, partner in charge of Energy at KPMG in Spain. The panel discussion will be moderated by Ignacio Fariza, a journalist from EL PAÍS specializing in energy issues.
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