At Repsol, we have been innovating to improve the efficiency of our fuels for years. Better performance with lower emissions.
We are committed to AutoGas as an alternative fuel. We have the most extensive network of supply points in Spain, with over 700.
Almost 1,500 electric vehicle recharging points installed and operational (both private customers and service stations), the largest network in the country.
We are investing in new forms of mobility: in Madrid, the carsharing service WIBLE has a fleet of 500 hybrid vehicles and 45,000 customers.
At Repsol, our industrial processes are the most efficient in the industry.
Since 2006, we have reduced our emissions by 4.5 million metric tons/year of C02 equivalent.
At Repsol, we promote carbon capture, storage, and use (CCUS) technologies.
Repsol is part of the Oil and Gas Climate Iniciative (OGCI), which dedicates more than 1 billion dollars to develop and accelerate the commercial implementation of innovative technologies to combat climate change.
The energy transition is included in our Strategic Plan as one of the key lines of work in the coming years.
By 2020, Repsol will allocate 2.5 billion euros to low-emissions energy projects.
Repsol Power and Gas has low-emissions electricity generation assets, with an installed capacity of 2,950 MW.
One of the company's photovoltaic projects is Valdesolar, with a capacity of 264 MW. It is planned in Valdecaballeros (Badajoz) and is one of the largest in Spain.
Together with EDP Renewables, we are going to install the largest floating wind farm in Europe in Portuguese waters, with a capacity of 25 MW.
Repsol believes that natural gas is a key energy to generate low-emissions electricity. Gas releases half the CO2 emissions of coal per unit of electricity produced.
Sector leaders in terms of gas production and reserves. Today, gas accounts for 63% of our production and 74% of our reserves.