Green energy

Gafanha da Nazaré School Group wins Energy Up School award with an innovative project to promote sustainable mobility

Galp ranked second in energy transition

According to Bloomberg’s Climate Transition Scores, European Oil & Gas companies lead the way in preparing for energy transition, and hold the top five places. Together, they account for 78% of assets producing energy from renewable sources

The first steps of the proposed Climate Law

The European Green Deal and the path to sustainable development undertaken by the European Commission and its member states require the implementation, by each state, of a Climate Law defining guidelines and strategies geared to achieving the goals set for 2050. Portugal took the first steps down this road early this year

The Paris Agreement, five years on

The EU, together with most of the world's major economies, has already committed to meeting net zero emissions goals by the middle of this century. The next climate summit will reveal the contributions of the signatories to the Agreement and define the next goals. Right now, the efforts of countries and companies seem to be on the rise

The key to sustainable tourism

Created in Denmark in 1994, the Green Key ecological award is granted on an annual basis to over 3,200 hotels and other establishments in 65 countries and acknowledges the environmental sustainability of 100 Portuguese hotels and restaurants.

“We want to be the most civic park in Europe”

This is the goal set by Taguspark CEO Eduardo Baptista Correia. Investing in solar self-consumption is the latest trend, and the initiative to be implemented through the new Galp group company EI - Energia Independente will enable us to reduce our dependence on the power grid by 23% and prevent the emission of 251 tons of CO2 per year