Photovoltaic – Cox Energy, willing to invest 500 million euros in the Valencian Community

The president of Cox Energy, Enrique Riquelme, made these statements in the framework of the conference “Valencian Community towards the future”, held at the Palau de les Comunicacions in Valencia and organized by Europa Press. Riquelme has assured that “Spain and the Community are becoming an export hub (centre), not only to change the Spanish matrix and make it more competitive and less vulnerable, but it is also a first step towards being an export hub for the rest of Europe”. The manager -Europa Press reports- has placed special emphasis on the opportunity that green hydrogen represents for the Community, which can aspire to be one of the largest generators of this source of energy and the rest of renewables, also taking advantage of its port infrastructures. Riquelme has made himself available to the regional Administration to make this goal a reality: “we have real potential -he said- and we are very well positioned”

The president of Cox Energy has underlined that a decade ago, for the private sector, “talking about sustainability was talking about an economic cost”, but “at this time it is a necessity” and an “obligation”, since “any private company and public sector that is not at the forefront of sustainability has its days numbered”. Riquelme has also assured that “being sustainable is even a good business”, since “there is no cheaper energy than photovoltaic”, which makes companies more competitive.

Credentials
Cox Energy is a Spanish photovoltaic solar energy company, with a presence in Spain, Portugal, Chile, Mexico, Colombia and Panama. There are three areas of activity: Generation, Marketing of clean energies, and Operation and Maintenance of Renewable Energy Plants.

[Pie de foto: al fondo, el presidente de la Confederación Empresarial de la Comunidad Valenciana (CEV) y vicepresidente de la CEOE, Salvador Navarro; a su derecha, el presidente de Cox Energy y Grant Thornton, Enrique Riquelme, este miércoles].

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