Spain opens Europe’s most advanced data center
The center, designed to offer cloud computing services, will be able to house up to 24,000 servers, and reduce corporate computing costs by 30%.
Cetemmsa creates fabrics that capture the sun’s energy
The fabrics can be used for car dashboards, cushions and jackets that are capable of generating clean, renewable and autonomous energy.
Telefónica is among the most sustainable telcos in the world
The Spanish firm is among the five most highly rated companies in the sector, according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).
Spain designs the largest telescope in the world
Several Spanish companies lead in the construction of the largest astronomical observatory, located in Chile.
Abengoa moves ahead with a solar thermal energy project in the USA
The Mojave Solar Project, located 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles (California), will build new facilities to generate energy using local resources, thus leading to greater energy independence.
Fagor Automation and Danobat invent a system to cut metallic tubes for construction
This is a new technique for 3D plasma cutting, which improves upon conventional systems. It is installed in the T3CH model drill, which is capable of carrying out all types of operations in metals.
Icer designs a new technology for automobile braking systems
The Spanish company is developing a multi-layered technique that provides better safety during conduction and eliminates vibrations in vehicle braking systems.
Jeanologia surprises the textile industry with an ecological technique to make distressed jeans
The Spanish company invents the first textile laser that reproduces the most elaborate fading and tearing, thus saving time and energy. Further, it has developed a technology called G2, which consists of eco-washing clothes without water or chemicals.
Isolux to build 247 kilometers of power lines in Brazil
The Spanish company has just been awarded a project worth €129 million, between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
A solution for computer use by the handicapped
The Spanish company Nebutek is developing a helmet which, through an interface, permits working directly with the brain instead of the hands.