ExpoREE

A highway behind the wall socket

Can you imagine your life, without light, without heat, without music? Without electricity we cannot comprehend our lives. What is it, how does it work or how does it get to our homes? We invite you to discover all this and much more through experimenting.

A highway behind the wall socket is an interactive exhibition aimed at explaining how electricity is produced, transported, becomes visible and how electricity systems are operated; in short, what happens from the moment electricity is generated until it reaches our homes.

In this exhibition we invite you to take part, discover and experiment with electricity and learn about the electricity supply process. You will also learn how to use energy efficiently.

Selected by the European Commission as one of the best practices to improve the understanding of the need to develop electricity transmission facilities, and to foster their social acceptance.
More information on the European Commission website.

Are you going to miss out?

An interactive exhibition: videos, graphic display panels, touch screens, games and multimedia spaces.

More than 300,000 people have already visited the exhibition.

What do the people think of the exhibition?

“Great exhibition! … extremely committed to energy and the environment”.

Visitor to the exhibition at the Museo Abierto of Merida

“Overall it was a highly satisfactory visit for the whole group, in fact some even asked that more visits like these be arranged. The information provided by the monitor was good and enjoyable, giving a proper explanation which was understood by the entire group”

Visitor to the exhibition at the Casa de la Ciencia of Seville

“I found this exhibition extremely interesting. I have learned many new things that I was not aware of before, I now know they are essential to our lives”.

Visitor to the exhibition at the Museo Abierto of Merida

“I loved this exhibition because it teaches us about the role of Red Eléctrica and about electricity in a highly entertaining way”

Visitor to the exhibition at the Casa de la Ciencia of Seville