- As of today, this showroom has a more efficient and sustainable lighting system.
- The new lighting is unveiled with the La Sal exhibition, which has large-format works made by Carmen Laffón, winner of the National Prize for Plastic Arts in recent years.
The Villanueva Pavilion of the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid has since today a new efficient lighting system in which the Red Eléctrica Group collaborated in the installation of new LED technology as part of its actions to extend its sustainability and energy efficiency strategy.
As the Manager of Sustainability Area of Red Eléctrica Group, Antonio Calvo, pointed out during a press conference held today at the Botanical Garden, “this alliance with the Royal Botanical Gardens is an example of the Red Eléctrica Group’s commitment to sustainability through the drive of energy efficiency.”
“With this initiative, the Botanical Garden strengthens its position as a true hub for environmental education in our country, leading and educating through example,” Calvo said.
The new lighting system is launched with the inauguration of La Sal exhibition, a show that from today until 23 May brings together a wide repertoire of the most recent work of the National Prize of Plastic Arts winner Carmen Laffón, dedicated to the Salinas de Bonanza in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a municipality located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River and in front of the Doñana National Park.