Students from the C.I.F.P. Politécnico de Santiago are the first to benefit from the agreement signed in the Galician capital today.
On 20 November, John Hoffman, Managing Director of GSMA, organiser of the Mobile World Congress, led a meeting in Barcelona with executives from Spanish companies to exchange ideas and opinions on one of the central topics for the coming years: how upcoming generations can contribute to real change for society and the economy through STEAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & design and Mathematics).
The Efigy Education initiative, which will run throughout the entire school year, also aims to promote technological professions among students. The Naturgy Foundation will introduce the youngest generations to the key aspects of the energy transition and new technology such as renewable gas and its role in the circular economy.
The exhibition was visited by primary and secondary schoolchildren, university students and the general public.
The initiative commemorated 20 years of the company in Panama with a journey through the country’s development in terms of energy and encouraged reflection on the future of the energy market and the tools available for dealing with it sustainably.