Education and dissemination

Naturgy Foundation rewards energy innovation projects from four schools in Aragón, Galicia, La Rioja and Madrid.

Almost 570 students from around Spain have taken part in the 3rd Efigy Technology Competition which aims to reinforce the values of energy efficiency, foster a vocation for technology among young people, and promote research capacity and teamwork.

The winning projects propose we use beer cereal waste, develop a solar car prototype, and sustainable energy and air quality improvement measures for schools in a setting dominated by the pandemic.

Education and dissemination

The third Efigy Competition now has ten semi-finalist projects that will reach the final on 12 May.

The projects were developed by students at secondary schools in seven autonomous communities and focus on energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable mobility, each one making innovative proposals.

The public will be able to vote for their favourite semi-finalist project on the Naturgy Foundation website until 9 May and the projects will also be assessed by an expert panel.

Education and dissemination

Schools from seven Autonomous Communities move on to the semi-final of the 2nd Efigy Technology Competition organised by the Naturgy Foundation

Students in their final year of secondary education have reached the semi-finals of this competition, which aims to promote technological vocations and energy efficiency among young people.

As a new feature this year, the public can vote for their favourite project on the Naturgy Foundation’s social media profiles until Sunday.

A total of fourteen projects from schools all over Spain are competing for the prizes in the different categories, which will be announced during an online gala on 21 May.