The power company’s foundation carries out express works and replaces equipment to improve energy efficiency in the homes of families suffering energy vulnerability.
Ten volunteers travelled to the natural space last weekend to help out with tasks to restore this habitat for the second time.
The Naturgy Foundation’s Environmental Volunteering Programme has just celebrated its fifth anniversary; five years during which 35 m3 of waste has been cleared and more than 3,600 plant specimens have been planted in various natural spaces in Spain.
The full prize amount must be spent on projects that improve quality of life conditions for the most disadvantaged groups in energy-related issues.
The panel will be chaired by Alberto Núñez, S.J., Director of the Pastoral Service and professor at Universidad Pontificia Comillas, and will be made up of prestigious representatives from various fields.
During the event, a study by the Chair of Energy Sustainability at Barcelona Institute of Economics-University of Barcelona was presented, which analyses energy poverty from the perspective of available income for vulnerable groups and concludes that one out of five Spanish households in this situation has one or more members who are unemployed.
Over 100 kilos of waste were also collected during the event, organised in partnership with the Fragas do Mandeo Foundation. The Naturgy Foundation’s Environmental Volunteering Programme has just celebrated its fifth anniversary; five years during which 35 m3 of waste have been cleared from natural spaces throughout Spain and more than 3,600 plant specimens have been planted.