Renewable energies are growing steadily in Spain. According to a study by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), on renewable capacity in 2021, Spain has 59,108 MW of installed capacity in clean energy, rising to eighth place ahead of Russia, the UK, France and Italy as examples. All of this is due to the strong momentum in wind power and photovoltaics.
In April 2021, 11.1% more GWh were produced than in April 2020, of which 46.2% of the total energy comes from renewable sources, according to data provided by Red Eléctrica de España (REE). These data confirm the great success that "green" consumption is having, even surpassing again the levels before the pandemic.
Also important is the maintenance of equipment, which investors and analysts indicate will be a big boom in the 2021 market, as giving equipment a second life is the most efficient and best for the planet.