The Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation Gas Museum presents its travelling exhibition, Energytruck. From 12 to 21 July, the exhibition will travel to Olot, Figueres and Palamós. It’s main objective is to provide free information about energy, the environment and industrial heritage. It will take a fun and educational approach to these subjects with activities led by specialised educators.
People of all ages can discover, in a visual and interactive way, what energy is and how we can use it responsibly. They can also learn about the past, present and future of gas and electricity. According to the Gas Museum Director, Eva Buch, “at this exhibition, visitors will be able to experiment with the content through innovative practical activities centred around the visitor themselves.”
The travelling exhibition is inside a truck with a dual motor. The vehicle produces between 15% and 20% less CO2 than conventional diesel engines. The 70 square metres of the mobile space house a range of technology equipment. This equipment includes audiovisual, interactive and multimedia content, in addition to informative panels.