The Extremadura Energy Agency is a consortium made up of the Junta de Extremadura through the council with powers in energy and the Provincial Councils of Cáceres and Badajoz.
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The Extremadura Energy Agency (AGENEX) is a public law entity attached to the Regional Government of Extremadura, Spain, through the ministry with competences in energy related matters. It is constituted for an indefinite duration by the Agreement between the regional Government of Extremadura and the Provincial Councils of Caceres and Badajoz.
AGENEX was created in 2001 to develop and promote the use of renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and energy planning in Extremadura. It aims to promote a sustainable energy model in the Southwestern region, reducing energy consumption, and promoting renewable energy sources as an alternative to fossil fuels. AGENEX works in collaboration with public administrations, private entities, and individuals to achieve these objectives.
The agency provides technical assistance, training, and advice to public and private entities. They carry out a wide range of activities, including the promotion of renewable energy sources, the implementation of energy efficiency measures, the development of energy plans, and the coordination of research projects related to energy.