L'ENERGÈTICA was created to accelerate the energy transition in Catalonia and ensure that the transition is carried out with respect for the territory. It is involved in all sorts of activities, works, and services related to electric energy from renewable sources.
Fossil fuel resources are finite and polluting. They cannot be an option for the future given the present context of climate emergency. L’ENERGÈTICA contributes to sustainability and environmental protection by generating and supplying clean energy from solar, wind and hydraulic sources.
Catalonia must reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. L’ENERGÈTICA will contribute to this goal by generating clean energy for the entire public sector of the country.
Catalonia's new energy model must adapt to the different realities of the territory. With a comprehensive vision, L’ENERGÈTICA aims to work with all the municipalities in the country to deploy projects tailored to each environment and developed through dialogue and consensus. When locating new facilities, priority will be given to areas already subject to degradation or human-caused changes.
In a second phase of deployment, L’ENERGÈTICA will target local administrations as potential subscribers.
With the surplus energy from the roofs of public buildings, L’ENERGÈTICA plans to supply electricity to vulnerable families living within a 2 km radius of the facility (the maximum allowed by law) without them having to give up their reduced rate.
Cost savings in energy for the public sector will benefit everyone. The resources currently allocated to paying the energy bills of administrative bodies can be used to improve the lives of citizens.
We are a team of dedicated professionals committed to the energy transition as a driving force in the fight against climate change. We are advocates for renewable energy and consensus-driven projects that combine sustainability with balanced service delivery. More than just another energy company, L’ENERGÈTICA aspires to be a catalyst for projects that contribute to decarbonising Catalonia's electricity sector.
Ferran Çivit i Martí
Enric R. Bartlett
Josep Carles Vicente