Leadership, talent and culture are the three essential cornerstones of the business triangle, in addition to being the components that uphold successful organisations. So concludes David Roberts, a specialist in disruption, innovation and exponential leadership, who was attending the Galp Energisers Summit to share his experience
The countdown to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 has already begun, however, according to a study conducted by the international consultancy firm AFRY, requested by the Portuguese Association of Natural Gas Companies, a mixed supply of energy- electricity and gas - will be required in order to meet this goal
A community agenda that includes the incentivisation of a paradigm shift in energy and resource management, financing for project start-ups, business opportunities, in addition to regulation, marks a new phase of sustainability in Europe. However, this is just the beginning of a path we must all follow
Autonomous vehicles are gradually becoming a reality. Though they are not on the road yet, their high-tech features have rapidly evolved over time and are already installed in some vehicles. If the driver is distracted, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) system can bring the vehicle to an emergency stop
In the near future, citizens, small enterprises and even towns and cities will be the new producers of electrical energy for both their own consumption and for marketing the surplus. Technologies such as blockchain help consolidate this concept and protect the margins of the traditional players in the sector.
The artistic group ondamarela was the “conductor” of a social inclusion project promoted by the Galp Foundation and Galp Azores, which brought together the São Miguel Island Deaf Association and the Rabo de Peixe School of Music at the opening concert of the 6th edition of the Tremor Festival. An amazing piece of work documented herein
The adventure undertaken by Rute Gonçalves, her husband and three children in a yacht consists of crossing oceans and visiting several continents and islands in seas never previously sailed by a family. The voyage will involve two or three years of discoveries and challenges, with no fear of the unknown. This is the “intended” route map, and although it has been marked out, it is still open to change