For the first time in many years, wind energy is the main source of electrical energy in our country, and the installed power of wind turbines is expected to double by 2030.
Behind it are photovoltaic solar energy (also growing) and nuclear energy, in clear decline. In this way, wind energy and photovoltaic solar energy already account for almost 47% of the total energy generated.
The more renewable energies contribute, the lower the cost will be for consumers and companies attached to the regulated market.
For this reason, there will be an increase in investment in batteries to store the surplus electricity generated.