This exhibition will travel to Zaragoza and Teruel from 30 October to 17 November, spreading knowledge about energy and the environment.
The travelling exhibition will be open to visitors until 24 November and will reflect on the energy of the future and the tools available to tackle it responsibly.
From 18 to 20 October, the Centre of Cultural Studies and Resources in the Provincial Council of Barcelona presented a new edition of Interacció.
On 20 October, the Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation Gas Museum attended the I Conference organised by the Association of Corporate Museums and Unique Spaces (MESCO).
The Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation has carried out works and refurbished the Bolarque museum, located in the machine room of the Bolarque plant in Almonacid de Zorita (Guadalajara).
The aim of the facility is to revitalise the area through culture and an educational programme for schools.
The Foundation will throw a party tomorrow, 23 September at 12 pm, to celebrate the reopening to the public.
The Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation Gas Museum presents the Welcome to the nanodimension! exhibit, aimed at highlighting the achievements and applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
The show, which is open to the public until 19 November, was organised in conjunction with the Catalan Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Institute (ICN2) and the Aragon Nanoscience Institute (INA), in partnership with the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT).
The Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation ends this school year with 30% more students who have participated in its educational programmes.
In addition to the educational activities at the Gas Museum, the Gas Natural Fenosa Foundation has added educational initiatives at the Bolarque Museum (Guadalajara), travelling exhibitions and the Energytruck travelling exhibition.