Enercoutim has developed and is currently managing the Solar Demonstration Platform in the Municipality of Alcoutim, the Algarve, Southern region of Portugal. The shared renewable energy infrastructure of the Solar Demonstration Platform currently has a production capacity of 4 MW split between 3 CPV technologies; the significant expansion of the installed capacity is under development. The platform operates on 100ha and combines renewable energy generation, new innovation driven energy models and sustainable agriculture models.
Enercoutim is facilitating the development of microgrid pilot projects in the Algarve region, supports R&D activities through its NZEB SOLAR LAB facility and recently developed research infrastructure. It operates the platform under plug and produce approach and currently works on integrating energy storage facility.
Our organization is active in various European and International Research and Innovation programs.
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Q1. What does Renewable Energy mean to you?
Q2. How do you envision future development of Renewable Energy?
Q2: “A continuous effort in technology, integration and finance. The creation of a level playing field in which renewables can compete on equal footing, such that market forces can drive the sustainable growth necessary to achieve our climate change objectives..”
Q2: “The future is bright, the future is renewable and sustainable if we build it that way. One sustainable plant of any scale at a time. It is a long journey! ”
Q2: “As the most reliable and sustainable solution to have power on earth!”
Q2: “The future of renewable energy will be fundamental to the planet and its survival!”
Q2: “An emerging need that must be above economic and political interests – the technology, know-how and vision already exist, there are just some barriers that need to be broken down to allow a broader development.”
Q2: I believe that renewable energy will be an alternative increasingly strong, clean and healthy to the current dependence on exhaustible energy sources and pollutants.”