Commitment to society

Red Eléctrica focuses its socio-environmental commitment on the creation of shared value with society, promoting actions and investments aligned with its business objectives. At the same time, this commitment generates value for the Company while having a positive impact on the territory and its inhabitants. In turn, this represents a contribution of the Company to the achievement of various challenges such as those related to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals or those addressed in the European 2030 Energy Strategy.

Corporate volunteering

Since 2005, the promotion of corporate volunteering actions has been one of the Company’s cornerstones, the result of the firm commitment to improving society that has allowed us to channel the spirit of solidarity and address the social concerns of our employees.

In 2017, we designed a new more ambitious corporate volunteering model that seeks to respond to the socio-environmental needs and general interests of the territories in which are facilities are located, showcasing corporate values through the voluntary participation of employees. Based on this, corporate volunteering programmes must be aligned with the 2030 Sustainability Commitment taken on by the Company and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, meeting the needs of society.

Main volunteering actions carried out:

Corporate volunteering
Activity Results
Coach Project
  • Coaching a group of youngsters, included in the Exit Foundation project, who are at risk of failing secondary education. The project aims to raise their awareness and interest in the world of business.
Mentoring Programme
  • Collaboration in the CAMPVS mentoring programme of the A LA PAR Foundation in which the volunteers from the Company act as mentors for students with intellectual disabilities to help them better integrate into the working world.
Libera Project
  • Cleaning up natural environments that have been affected by littering. Organised by SEO Birdlife and Ecoembes.
Red Natura 2000
  • Celebration of the Natura 2000 Network European Day in a natural area located in this environment with activities for the planting of trees and improving signage providing information regarding the natural space concerned.
'A Smile for Christmas' Campaign
  • Collaboration in the Cooperación Internacional solidarity campaign for the collection of toys, which aims to give a gift to children in situations of poverty and vulnerability.
‘Companies’ Solidarity Day’
  • Participation in this corporate volunteering day organised by Cooperación Internacional, in which volunteers from the Company accompanied people from various vulnerable groups such as the homeless, those with disabilities or the elderly, and engaged in leisure activities with children at risk of social exclusion. These actions were carried out in six cities across Spain.
Employment School
  • Participation in the ADECCO Foundation's Employment School programme that seeks to improve the employability and professional inclusion of high-potential people with disabilities.
Action Against Hunger 'Challenge'
  • Participation in the Action Against Hunger ‘Challenge’ 2018 that aims to combat child malnutrition and eradicate hunger.