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Prevention of climate change

Greenhouse gas emissions concentrate in the atmosphere and form a layer that allows solar rays to penetrate but prevents the heat generated by them from dissipating, leading to the so-called greenhouse effect.

Greenhouse gas emissions concentrate in the atmosphere and form a layer that allows solar rays to penetrate but prevents the heat generated by them from dissipating, leading to the so-called greenhouse effect.

Mitigation and adaptation

Adapting to climate change is to anticipate the adverse impacts of climate change and take action to prevent or minimize the damage that these may cause impacts.

Direct and indirect emissions

Atmospheric emissions related to the activity of REN are divided, as to your source in direct and indirect emissions emissions.

Reduction of emissions

In order to reduce and control greenhouse gas emissions, REN has been implementing over the past years an action plan to reduce direct emissions of such gases, in particular with regard to emissions of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), a gas used as an electrical insulator (dielectric) in various high voltage equipment.