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Title: Impacte del model cooperatiu dins el mercat energètic tradicional. El model de SOM ENERGIA
Author: Simón Rincón, Irene
Tutor: Garcia Marimon, Xavier  
Keywords: Som Energia
electricity sector
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this Final Degree Thesis is to analyze whether an environmental and social project can coexist with the mercantile perspective of the electricity sector and can be a model of success, without dependence on subsidies or aid, which is why it is taken as a model an electrical cooperative, specifically Som Energia. It starts from an economic and financial analysis of the cooperative through the study of the annual accounts for the period 2017-2021, in which it is experiencing a process of growth and expansion, the result of the change that the electricity sector is experiencing due to the energy transition. In a second part, this analysis is completed with a study of the sector, choosing five commercial companies in the electrical sector producing renewable energies, selected for their relevance, their dimension and that none of them had a social or environmental purpose but a purely mercantile perspective, thus helping with this sectoral comparison to answer the basic question of this work, can a cooperative model have an impact within the traditional energy market? Based on the results obtained from the individual and sectorial analyses, a SWOT analysis is prepared that makes it easier to see the situation of Som Energia at the end of the analyzed period and is complemented with an evaluation of future perspectives and recommendations to be able to maintain the economic independence of the cooperative.
Language: Catalan
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