The main objective of this working group is to analyze the available and future technologies for onshore and offshore renewable energy production. Among the most important technologies are solar/photovoltaic, wind, wave, and tidal.

Additionally, it will address how ports must tackle the dimensioning of their electrical grids to transport, store, and adjust the use of that energy according to demand at any given time, facilitating a shift to sustainable port models.


Onshore production technologies

Offshore production technologies (solar, wind, wave, tidal, etc.).

Analysis of port electrical infrastructure

Regulations and special cases

Energy storage and intelligent management systems

Price of electricity from renewables

Regulatory framework infrastructure

Transfers between small producers

Meetings with lawmakers and experts

Workshops on solutions by type of port

Seminars on storage and smart management systems

Seminars on financing mechanisms for renewable projects

Discussion on energy mix at ports

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Raúl Cascajo


He is a Naval and Oceanic Engineer and Specialist in Maritime Transport Management from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Since 1999 he has been working in companies related to the maritime-port world.

In 2009 he began his career in València Plataforma Intermodal y Logística providing environmental and energy consultancy services to the Port Authority of Valencia. Since then, he has been involved in the coordination of R&D projects corresponding to various EU funding programmes. In addition, he represents the Port Authority in working groups of various international organisations, ESPO, IAPH, Medports, Sustainable Ports Subgroup. In 2018 he joined ENERMAR, a working group of the Association of Naval and Ocean Engineers that promotes marine energies, and in the same year he began his PhD on the incorporation of wave energy generation systems in commercial ports.

He has participated as a jury member in the evaluation of marine energy projects of the ENERMAR award during the 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 editions. He has been a lecturer in Maritime Transport and Shipbuilding in various Master’s programmes at the FVP-UPV since 2010, having directed numerous Master’s Final Projects. He is also convinced that ports should develop infrastructures to generate energy from the sea for self-consumption.

Anabel Soria Esteve

Anabel Soria Esteve


She has been an Industrial Engineer since 1998 from the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, specialising in electricity. She is currently a member of the Technical Secretariat of Futured, Plataforma Tecnológica de las Redes Eléctricas and is part of the Smart Grids Innovation Hub of i-DE.

She has more than 20 years of professional experience, entirely developed in the electricity sector at ITE. She is currently the Business Development Manager and her main mission is to facilitate business opportunities for companies in the energy sector, both in capital goods and advanced electronics through innovation and technological development.

Part of her experience and vision of the sector has been acquired through her collaboration in various national and international organisations and associations related to smart grids. He has been a member of the Technical Committee of the Electricity Grids Congress since 2017.