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.
The commitment of Red Eléctrica to biodiversity has always been a key principle of its environmental policy and specifically it becomes evident in its biodiversity strategy and in a specific action plan that covers all the activities of the Company.
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.
The posidonia oceanica meadows are seagrass colonies of great importance to biodiversity due to their rich flora and fauna. They are listed as a protected species of flora and a priority habitat for conservation within the European Union.
In 2002, the Council of Environment together with other organizations, launched a reintroduction project for the osprey. For over a decade, they have been reintroduced in total about 200 chickens from Finland, Scotland and Germany.