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05 June 2024

FEGECA members are dedicated to the energy transition.

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FEGECA has emphasised the importance of collaboration with national and European associations to highlight the sector’s significance in the decarbonisation process. This was highlighted at the recent general assembly. Furthermore, the association's member companies have confirmed their commitment to the energy transition, with a clear investment strategy in more efficient equipment and the active support of the creation and implementation of appropriate regulations.

This group’s focus is on heat pumps, renewable fuels and hybridisation of systems. These solutions offer energy efficiency and are environmentally and socially responsible. FEGECA, a manufacturer of heat generators and emitters, has set itself the goal of “achieving rapid and effective decarbonisation. This will involve reducing carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the impacts of climate change and promote a sustainable future.”

At the FEGECA general assembly on 21 May, its president, Nicolás Klingenberg, emphasised the importance of the organisation's work and the necessity to “maintain and reinforce the association's activity, ensuring its continued role as a leading figure in the sector”. The director, Sonia Pomar, presented the activities report, which detailed the actions carried out during the previous year.

The association has stated that “2023 has been a period marked by economic and political uncertainty, during which the sector has faced a drop in demand that has significantly affected the year’s results. Despite the urgent need for the energy transition and renew heating and domestic hot water production systems, the sector has seen a decline in demand.”


Considering these challenges, FEGECA “has concentrated its efforts on defending sectoral interests, maintaining close collaboration with the Administration and related groups, and reinforcing the fundamental work of sectoral lobbying. Furthermore, it has addressed the issue of misinformation surrounding the scope of the new energy efficiency directives. It has also enhanced its efforts to provide a clear and impartial analysis of rules and regulations, offering an objective and concrete insight into the new requirements.”