We transform the energy system fostering the ecological and fair transition
Our traditional core business and pillar of our current reputation. Capital Energy takes a leading role in the Iberian renewable development through: a clear commitment to technical rigor, local capillarity and close cooperation either with political, social and economic agents and the ability to better anticipate market trends.
Capital Energy will operate its renewable portfolio in the long-term, maximizing the energy production value through an integrated energy management strategy. The gradual commissioning of its wide and diversified portfolio under development will bring excellent competitive advantages in the market.
Capital Energy will ensure the direct management during the construction period through innovative agreements with tier-1 EPC’s and construction companies so as to capture the whole value of its renewable assets.
2.005 MW wind
652 MW PV
1.445 MW wind
290 MW PV
1.159 MW wind
100 MW PV
97 MW PV
1.262 MW wind
1.883 MW PV
Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, León, Zamora, Palencia. 2.657 MW (2.005 MW wind and 652 MW PV)
País Vasco, La Rioja, Navarra, Aragón y Cataluña. 1.259 MW (1.159 MW wind and 100 MW PV)
Madrid, Valladolid, Burgos, Soria, Segovia, Ávila y Guadalajara.
1.648 MW (1.455 MW wind and 290 MW PV)
Castilla La Mancha, Comunidad Valenciana, Murcia, Extremadura, Andalucía y Canarias. 3.145 MW (1.262 MW wind and 1.883 MW PV)
97 MW wind
Renewable Target on power generation:
Wind installed capacity:
Currently, both the political and technological momentum converge in the European Union and Spain, which has led wind and PV technologies to be, in many cases, competitive against conventional generation technologies, with average costs below current and forecast market prices.
This reality implies a paradigm shift in the renewable generation sector that will lead to the coexistence of different business models (i.e. merchant; PPAs; auctions; green certificates) in a highly competitive environment.
The liberalization and unbundling of the electricity retail activity and the increase of competitiveness impacting in a reduction of final costs to consumers, are central pillars of the European Internal Energy Market regulation. In Spain, this process is lagging behind, but the number of retail agents and switching rates are moving along favourably.
Capital Energy will exploit the financial and operational advantages that a wide, competitive and diversified renewable energy portfolio provides to both electricity market representation and retail businesses, to break into these segments and thus optimize the energy management and cover market risks.
Capital Energy will offer a simple, reliable and competitive renewable energy supply service to its end customers.