Prensa FAES proposes a national energy strategy to boost growth and competitiveness

FAES Foundation launched on Tuesday 15th its new report, Propuestas para una estrategia energética nacional (Proposals for a national energy strategy), in which it proposes a new energy strategy to boost growth and competitiveness in Spain in the next decades. Additionally, it offers forty recommendations regarding market efficiency and competitiveness; legal certainty; managing efficiency; supervision excellence; independence and innovation, and energy vision. The report argues that this strategy must be underpinned by a national view of energy, with clear and stable objectives, and principles that are consistent with them.

Prensa Ukraine and Russia's Soft Coercion

Joseph Nye defined power in political strategy as the ability to influence the behaviour of others in order to get what you want. He distinguished between hard power and soft power, stating that the former is the threat and, where appropriate, the use of military power, while the latter has to do with the peaceful ability to attract, convince or seduce.

Prensa FAES Foundation, to Launch its New Report for a National Energy Strategy 

FAES Foundation will launch and present on Tuesday,  October 15 its reportPropuestas para una estrategia energética nacional (Proposals for a National Energy Strategy), which comprises the changes undergone by the energy sector in the past two years. Alberto Nadal, Secretary of State for Energy, Miguel Marín, Director of Economy and Public Policies of FAES Foundation, and Pedro Mielgo, Chairman of Nereo GreenCapital,  will participate in the launch.  

Prensa Aznar states that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment”

/27.09.13/.- José María Aznar participated on Friday, September 27 in the Annual Concordia Summit in New York, where he stated that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment.” Aznar particularly referred to “four pillars of an economic nature but of great political importance”: a real banking union, the free trade and investment agreement with the United States, the deepening in the single European market and the development of a common energy policy.

Prensa El futuro de la energía en España [The Future of Energy in Spain]

La energía es un factor estratégico y de competitividad para cualquier sociedad y, por sus implicaciones económicas y sociales, precisa de un marco regulatorio adecuado y de una responsabilidad política por parte del Gobierno. La decisión de cerrar la central nuclear de Garoña ha puesto de manifiesto tanto la falta de una política energética en España como la incapacidad del actual Gobierno para tomar decisiones en beneficio del interés general. El XVIII Observatorio Económico de FAES, celebrado el 20 de julio de 2009, reunió a Manuel Pizarro, Juan Velarde, Honorato López Isla, Pedro Rivero y Roberto Centeno para analizar la situación energética en España. Se defendió el uso de la energía nuclear y se reclamó una política responsable a largo plazo que, como elementos clave, busque garantizar la seguridad del suministro, la competitividad y la sostenibilidad.

Prensa Nuclear Energy: A Safe, Clean and Cost-Effective Way to Meet Kyoto Targets

La energía de fisión nuclear garantiza el abastecimiento energético, es barata en términos relativos, es operativamente segura, se ha demostrado inocua para la salud y se revela ventajosa en términos medioambientales al no generar emisiones de CO2 u otros gases de efecto invernadero. El progreso técnico reporta ya soluciones satisfactorias para los residuos, si bien es necesario seguir reforzando la investigación en este terreno. La elevada dependencia energética española y los compromisos de Kyoto refuerzan sus ventajas para España.

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Diálogos FAES.- The energy transition in Spain: lessons from other countries

Prensa FAES proposes a national energy strategy to boost growth and competitiveness

10.15.2013. FAES Foundation launched on Tuesday 15th its new report, Propuestas para una estrategia energética nacional (Proposals for a national energy strategy), in which it proposes a new energy strategy to boost growth and competitiveness in Spain in the next decades. Additionally, it offers forty recommendations regarding market efficiency and competitiveness; legal certainty; managing efficiency; supervision excellence; independence and innovation, and energy vision. The report argues that this strategy must be underpinned by a national view of energy, with clear and stable objectives, and principles that are consistent with them.

Prensa Ukraine and Russia's Soft Coercion

10.14.2013. Joseph Nye defined power in political strategy as the ability to influence the behaviour of others in order to get what you want. He distinguished between hard power and soft power, stating that the former is the threat and, where appropriate, the use of military power, while the latter has to do with the peaceful ability to attract, convince or seduce.

Prensa FAES Foundation, to Launch its New Report for a National Energy Strategy 

10.14.2013. FAES Foundation will launch and present on Tuesday,  October 15 its reportPropuestas para una estrategia energética nacional (Proposals for a National Energy Strategy), which comprises the changes undergone by the energy sector in the past two years. Alberto Nadal, Secretary of State for Energy, Miguel Marín, Director of Economy and Public Policies of FAES Foundation, and Pedro Mielgo, Chairman of Nereo GreenCapital,  will participate in the launch.  

Prensa Aznar states that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment”

09.27.2013.  José María Aznar participated on Friday, September 27 in the Annual Concordia Summit in New York, where he stated that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment.” Aznar particularly referred to “four pillars of an economic nature but of great political importance”: a real banking union, the free trade and investment agreement with the United States, the deepening in the single European market and the development of a common energy policy.

Prensa Pizarro's Address

09.07.2013.

Publicaciones El futuro de la energía en España [The Future of Energy in Spain]

10.06.2009. La energía es un factor estratégico y de competitividad para cualquier sociedad y, por sus implicaciones económicas y sociales, precisa de un marco regulatorio adecuado y de una responsabilidad política por parte del Gobierno. La decisión de cerrar la central nuclear de Garoña ha puesto de manifiesto tanto la falta de una política energética en España como la incapacidad del actual Gobierno para tomar decisiones en beneficio del interés general. El XVIII Observatorio Económico de FAES, celebrado el 20 de julio de 2009, reunió a Manuel Pizarro, Juan Velarde, Honorato López Isla, Pedro Rivero y Roberto Centeno para analizar la situación energética en España. Se defendió el uso de la energía nuclear y se reclamó una política responsable a largo plazo que, como elementos...

Publicaciones Nuclear Energy: A Safe, Clean and Cost-Effective Way to Meet Kyoto Targets

03.01.2007. La energía de fisión nuclear garantiza el abastecimiento energético, es barata en términos relativos, es operativamente segura, se ha demostrado inocua para la salud y se revela ventajosa en términos medioambientales al no generar emisiones de CO2 u otros gases de efecto invernadero. El progreso técnico reporta ya soluciones satisfactorias para los residuos, si bien es necesario seguir reforzando la investigación en este terreno. La elevada dependencia energética española y los compromisos de Kyoto refuerzan sus ventajas para España.

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Diálogos FAES.- The energy transition in Spain: lessons from other countries