The Energy School run by the energy company’s foundation is boosting its programme of online sessions for professionals and is resuming its face-to-face workshops with families to promote efficient consumption and help those who need it most with saving.
The chairman of Naturgy, Francisco Reynés, met with 300 of the company's volunteers online to recognise the involvement and dedication of the group of employees across the world during the Covid-19 public health crisis.
In the last year, close to 1,100 company volunteers dedicated 6,600 working hours across seven countries to their tasks with people in a situation of energy vulnerability and conferences on the environmental recovery of natural spaces, among other actions.
The working group consists of 14 entities, including energy companies, technical organisations and a social organisation, which operate in 11 countries.
The aim of the project is to propose tools to support decision making in identifying vulnerable customers and implementing energy efficiency measures in homes.