A new name among the Ibex 35 energy groups and a new renewable one. Solaria is just a few days away from entering the selective, for which she was selected last week and thus highlights how 'green' energies are gaining ground among the large listed ones. A step that comes precisely in the process of transformation of the large traditional energy groups.
"It is no coincidence, it is a clear indication of where the sector is moving," sources from the energy sector assured last week when assessing the arrival of Solaria to the Ibex. A post for which other names had also sounded, for example, Sacyr or Logista.
It is yet another example of a transformation process in which the entire industry is involved, especially when the new law that will regulate operators is in the parliamentary process.
The arrival of Solaria to the 'club' of the selective reaches the doors of the large firms in the industry, such as Iberdrola, Naturgy or Repsol, reveal to investors their future roadmaps, where renewable transformation will be the protagonist.
In the case of the company chaired by Ignacio Galán, plans to celebrate its Investor Day in less than a month, on November 5, where, if there is no change in plans, it will present its new strategic plan.
It will not be the only one that, before the end of the complicated year 2020, will reveal its intentions for the future. Naturgy is also expected to do the same; Y Repsol, which delayed the presentation of its plan last spring, when the coronavirus epidemic disrupted the plans of all companies.