International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality (ICREPQ'20)




Proposals:10/30/2019 Aceptance:12/05/2019
Definitive Full Papers: 01/20/2020
Registration-Authors: 01/20/2020


The city of Granada is placed at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, at the confluence of three rivers, Beiro, Darro and Genil, at an elevation of 738 metres above sea level yet only one hour from the Mediterrean coast, the Costa Tropical. At the 2005 census, the population of the city of Granada proper was 236,982, and the population of the entire urban area was estimated to be 472,638, ranking as the 13th-largest urban area of the Spanish Kingdom.


Granada International Airport, is the airport serving the province and city of Granada, in Spain. The airport is located near to Chauchina and Santa Fe, about 15km West of Granada. Most traffic is domestic Spanish flights, although there are international routes to Liverpool, London, and Milan. Also routes to Bologna with Ryanair are expected.


Granada is comunicated by train with Málaga, Sevilla, Almería, Algeciras, Madrid (via Linares-Baeza), Barcelona with a night Talgo. Some of this trains have stops in villages like Loja, Guadix, Iznalloz and Moreda.

The Granada Train Station is situated in: Avda. Andaluces, s/n, Phone number: +34902432343 very near, three minutes from the ICREPQ'20 conference site.


Probably the correct name should be the Light Metro or Trams, because only three stops are underground.
The Granada Metro crosses the city from north to south, joining the capital with the nearby villages of Armilla, Albolote and Maracena.The average speed, that includes stops at metro stations, is approximately 20 kilometers per hour, with a 20 second stop.
Each train will have air conditioning, video surveillance cameras and capacity for 200 people.



Ring Road: A-44 (Bailén-Motril)
Ring Road "Ronda Sur" (A-395)
Main Road: A-92 (Andalucía Occidental-Andalucía Oriental)
Main Road: A-92G: Granada-Airport "Federico García Lorca"
Main Road: A-81 (Badajoz-Granada by Córdoba)


Granada’s city bus system is rather complicated. Here we will explain how it works.
You can purchase the bus ticket or buy/pop up your travel card by paying directly to the driver on any city bus (including Alhambra/Albaycin minibuses) but route number 4 has different ticketing system.

Alhambra and Albaycin Buses. The routes serving the Alhambra, Albaycin and Sacromonte, known as touristic routes, by Alhambra Bus minibuses, bus frequency and bus stops.


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