There seems to be something new going on in Spain — a questioning of exactly what on earth is going on in one of the sunniest countries in Europe yet with the highest energy bills. Throughout this summer I have been on an very, very steep learning curve and have only just recently woken up and joined the millions of people who are seriously concerned with what is happening to energy production both in the light of 'climate change' and the availability of tax-payers subsidies.
This link is in Spanish but it does name some of the politicians who benefit, financially, from their dealings with energy companies. You can always run it through deepl.com:
https://espiaenelcongreso.com/2013/05/2 ... KHZHbrPjMQ
This report, by Reuter's reporter Isla Binnie, is in English and highlights just how cynical speculators are, who look to gain from renewable energy opportunities, when they are neither involved in energy production nor in distribution:
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/19/reuters ... bui1eUMFE0
Other topics that are not covered in the sections above.
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