Sustainability

Sustainability

EntreREDes is a digital game created by Red Eléctrica as an educational tool for students in second, third or fourth year of secondary school (ESO) which allows them to better understand how the electricity system works in a fun and interactive way. See more.

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.See more

Red Eléctrica de España aims to raise awareness among school children about the importance of human rights. See more

Red Eléctrica has been collaborating since 2009 on the project for the drafting the ‘Encyclopedia of the Romanesque Style in the Iberian Peninsula’ (Enciclopedia del Románico en la Península Ibérica). See more

Global Social Responsibility Plan in the municipalities of Teruel and Castellón
In connection with the construction of the Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar-Morella power lines, Red Eléctrica designed in 2015 a specific Social Responsibility Plan for the 22 municipalities of Teruel and Castellón through which these power lines run. See more
Global Social Responsibility Plan
Movilab, a scientific laboratory on wheels
Red Eléctrica collaborated in 2015 with the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT), the Spanish Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and the Padrosa Foundation on the Movilab project, a mobile laboratory installed in the trailer of a truck which toured 13 Spanish cities with the aim of bringing science and innovation closer to the citizens of these cities. The route of the Movilab began in La Coruna on 22 September and concluded on 27 December 2015 at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid. See more
Movilab, a scientific laboratory

 

'Travelogue through the region of Extremadura’
Red Eléctrica published in 2014 the Cuadernos de viaje por tierras de Extremadura (‘Travelogue through the region of Extremadura’), on the occasion of the inauguration of the power line between the towns of Almaraz (Cáceres) and Guillena (Seville), one of the most relevant electricity infrastructure built in the region to date. See more
Travelogue through the region of Extremadura

 

Map of projects