Bet on talent, diversity and work-life balance
A management model that seeks to preserve water, optimise its consumption, contribute to its revitalisation and raise awareness of the need to be responsible with its use, has arisen.
Professionals with academic qualifications, experience, creativity, and a strong commitment to businesses and the sector will effectively lead the energy transition through what are known as green jobs.
The Conference of the Parties (COP) is one of the most important diplomatic events in the world, attended by heads of state, ministers and representatives from nearly 200 countries to seek solutions in the fight against climate change
Diversity has always existed, although it has not always been taken into consideration in business circles. Fortunately, this reality is changing as a result of companies which, among other actions, are creating safe and respectful environments in which to express oneself.
While we may not have received as many prominent names of entrepreneurial women in the world of energy in a quantity similar to male examples, their real contributions have been equally significant. Let's focus on some of them, without whom the world of energy would be very different today.
Today, 23 June, is a date to vindicate the role of all women who dedicate their efforts and knowledge to breaking down stereotypes and leaving an indelible mark on the world of engineering.
We spoke with Cristina Sánchez, Executive Director of the UN Global Compact Spain. With an outstanding career in the organisation since 2007, she leads the team, manages strategic alliances and designs actions to attract new partners.
Combining senior and junior talent helps develop stronger, more resilient and cohesive teams.
We spoke to Julia Garrigós, finalist of the 3rd edition of the Ingenia Energy Challenge and project engineer at the Enagás startup e4Efficiency.
When faced with a challenge such as the energy transition, all ideas and points of view are needed to find a solution.
We spoke with Ana María Azuela, project engineer at E4Efficiency. She manages the coordination and management for energy efficiency projects in regasification plants
We continue our series of interviews with leading figures in the world of entrepreneurship. This time we talk to Scale Gas, a company that develops small and medium-scale LNG and renewable gas infrastructures.
March 8th has become an international day to make visible the participation of women in society and highlight effective equality. The energy sector does not escape the general trend and continues to be an area with a reduced female presence.
We talked to María Retuerto, a researcher at the CSIC, about her research work on the generation of green hydrogen by water electrolysis.
Interview with Juan Tomás Hernani, CEO of Satlantis, a space company specialising in the development of Earth observation technologies in very high resolution for small satellites.
Interview with Celia Navarro Pedrero and Alba Martínez Miguélez, founders of B-Hydrogen, their own professional project for the generation of hydrogen from beer bagasse.
Interview with Mario Carrero, CEO of H2Greem, a company that promotes the development, manufacture and commercialization of medium-sized electrolyzers in Spain.
Interview with Cristina Sáenz de Pipaón, entrepreneur who founded in 2017 her own company, Orchestra Scientific. After this enriching experience, she has recently joined the Ship2B Foundation, specialized in boosting the "Impact Economy".
We spoke to Maria Rita Galli about the opportunities and challenges she will face in her new position as CEO of DESFA, the Hellenic Gas Transmission System Operator (TSO).
We spoke to Miguel Frasquet, CEO of Solatom, a startup that contributes to the decarbonization and efficiency of industrial processes, especially of small and medium-sized companies.
On 1 January, a key decade begins for the planet. A decade in which governments and institutions will have to go at full throttle in their race to decarbonise the economy and support green energy.
We spoke to Andrea Barber, co-founder and CEO of RatedPower. Considered by Forbes magazine as one of the “most creative Spanish women of 2020”, her start-up offers a software programme that automates the design of solar plants.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, sustainability has been one of the essential axes for recovery. Will we then be able to maintain our commitment to sustainable development and the SDGs? Find out.
Eugenia Sillero has been the Secretary General of Gasnam, the Iberian Association for natural gas-powered mobility, since 2018. Its aim is to promote the use of natural and renewable gas in mobility, both on land and at sea in the Iberian Peninsula. As part of our series of interviews with women from the energy sector, today she shares with us her views on equality, leadership and the challenges facing the sector in the coming years.
Continuing with the series of interviews that began on the occasion of ‘International Women's Day’, today we spoke with Rosa María Sanz, chairperson of Sedigas
Continuing with the series of interviews with representative women of the energy sector on the occasion of International Women's Day, it is the turn of Susana de Pablo, Director of Dispatching of Enagás
On the occasion of 'Women's Day', we start a series of interviews with women in the energy sector. We talked to Rosa Nieto, Director of Asset Management at Enagás.