AFRY’s senior consultant, Javier Revuelta, explain what “nothing has changed” compared to other years that can predict anything like a large power failure. Except for one thing: the possibility that gas shortage in Europe by rising demand, driven by China, and fair supply. “But in Spain I do not think it is necessary because of the reserves we have and because gas will continue to arrive through the gas pipelines that we have,” he explains.

According Enagas, Spain has a level of gas reserves for 40 days. “If gas were lacking and there was a small risk for consumption industrial, for domestic consumption and for electricity generation (gas is the fuel used by combined cycles to produce electricity) there would be no blackout, but then the Ministry for Ecological Transition, Red Eléctrica and Enagás he would have to decide who is cut off “, he explains, in which case he considers that those who would have the most ballots would be the big industry.

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