At RIC Energy we participate in the development, construction and operation phases of more than 19,000 MW of renewable projects on four continents.
We promote sustainable initiatives with a positive environmental impact in 11 countries, generate employment and contribute to the decarbonization of mobility and industry.
We work energetically to build and maintain the trust of our customers.
4,000 of projects under development and 4,000 already completed
H2 AND DERIVATIVES
in 10 projects under development
in 80 projects under development
in 12 projects under development and 1M. T of waste per year
30 MW H2 plant, scalable to 200 MW. Puertollano (Ciudad Real)
500 MW H2 and derivatives plant. Torrelavega (Cantabria)
23 MW solar photovoltaic plant. Uganda
Biogas plant for the generation of fertilizers and renewable gas. Almeria
More than 4,000 MW already completed and 12,000 MW in global projects.
More than 2,500 MW in 10 projects under development in Spain and the United States.
12 projects under development with an estimated annual production of 850 GW and one million tons of waste processed per year.
More than 250 MW with access and connection and more than 1,000 MW in the permit application process.
We are a pioneer in the development of photovoltaic energy, with presence in more than twelve countries on four continents. We have developed projects for companies such as Hanwha-QCells, TrinaSolar, Sonnedix or Ligthsource BP, Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Georgia Power, National Grid, Panasonic, NYSEG, American Electric Power, among others.
We have some of the most advanced green hydrogen projects in Spain. The HydRIC project, in collaboration with Repsol, has an initial 30 MW electrolyzer, with plans to expand up to 200 MW. This initiative has received a grant from the European Union’s Next Generation funds. We are also partners and shareholders in Fertighy, a European consortium for the manufacture of green fertilizers, which plans to invest 1.7 billion euros in its first plant in Spain.
We develop biomethane projects adapted to the waste and fertilizer management needs of the areas where they are implemented. We currently have projects in Andalusia, Extremadura, Castilla La Mancha, Castilla-Leon and Aragon, with the ambition to develop projects in the rest of the autonomous communities.
We specialize in large-scale grid-connected storage projects that will enable the penetration of renewable energy projects and contribute to the stability of the Spanish electricity grid. Our projects offer an innovative technological solution aligned with the most demanding environmental and territorial requirements. We also have partnerships with local and regional institutions where our projects are installed, as well as with AEPIBAL, the Spanish storage association.