Here you can find all the audio and video materials we produce regarding the different events and projects that Red Eléctrica undertakes. This audio-visual information, which can de downloaded, includes, when necessary, links and supplementary documentation.
Red Eléctrica has reached its 35th anniversary. During all these years, the company has assumed a responsibility to develop a business model that is capable of converting challenges into opportunities, relying on foundations of excellence, innovation, integrity, honesty and combining its business activities with care for the environment and the creation of shared value with society.
Red Eléctrica needs to play a leading role in the energy transition of our country. This will require us to take on enormous challenges as transmission agent and operator of the electricity system that we will need to face through innovation.
From the moment that it bought the transmission infrastructure in the Canary Islands at the end of 2010, Red Eléctrica embarked on an ambitious plan to update and improve it, known as Project MAR (Improvement of Network Assets).
With this project, Red Eléctrica offset a part of its CO2 emissions, collaborates on biodiversity conservation and contributes to the development of the local economies through the fact that reforestation works are carried out by local companies and organisations.
Can you imagine life without electricity? We have a 30-year track record operating a system with an installed power capacity of 100 GW and managing a vast high-voltage transmission grid. We are also pioneers in the safe integration of renewables.
Red Eléctrica, through a collaboration agreement with the Regional Government of Navarra, participates in the radio-tracking of several breeding pairs of Golden Eagles located in different ecosystems of the Foral Community of Navarra.
Video 'Minimising the risk of collision'. Red Eléctrica designs nationwide line-marking plans, which incorporate data regarding the routes and flight paths of birds which are most prone to collision, identifying areas where birdlife is potentially at risk.