Galp unveils a new Solar Farm in Alcoutim

The farm, opened in late September, is bigger than 350 football fields combined and marks the energy corporation´s first major contribution to the generation of renewable solar electricity with a local and national impact

Green hydrogen picks up pace in Portugal

Touted as one of the fuels of the future due to its 100% renewable sources, the country has seen an increasing number of projects for the scaled production of green hydrogen. In this regard, Galp has made the final decision with respect to investing in this type of fuel, thereby enabling the company to go ahead with the production of green hydrogen and advanced biofuels in Sines

People at the heart of energy transition

As far as Galp is concerned, people are essential to the energy transition process and this idea was once again highlighted by the energy corporation´s managerial personnel at the QSP Summit in Matosinhos

Data and analytics to drive the future

Galp wants to become a “data-driven” company, but to do so it is essential to “involve people and show how analytics can help add value to our operations”, explains Jorge Afonso, Chief Data & Analytics Officer (CDAO) of the company. This is what we tried to do during the Data Open Day, which showed teams the potential of this new era of business

Energy, society and technology under debate

The ongoing energy transition process comprises three decisive components and the interaction among them was the topic under debate at the Portugal Energy conference held by the Portuguese Energy Association. The event was backed and attended by Galp, among other stakeholders from the sector

Agrovoltaic solution tested in Lisbon

Agrovoltaic pilot project, developed in a partnership between Galp and the Higher Institute of Agronomy, will assess the potential of shading created by solar panels to mitigate the effect of climate change on grapevines