The Spanish Federation of Popular Universities (FEUP) and Redeia (Red Eléctrica Group) have created Hémera, the Digital School for the Energy Transition. It is a free centre that empowers citizens with knowledge and technologies on the new energy model and places them in the spotlight. It is also a tool to raise awareness among the population about the need for this transition, the opportunities it entails and how they can generate their own projects. 


Hémera begins with a course that introduces renewable energies and self-consumption with the collaboration of the Association of Spanish Energy Management Agencies (EnerArgen). It will also cover contents on self-consumption, how to go from consumer to prosumer, the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan, the new energy paradigm, climate change, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and clean energies. 

More information in the article in El Periódico de la Energía.