The exhibition can be visited free of charge from 8 to 18 November at the IDAEA-CSIC, in Barcelona. The Naturgy Foundation exhibition provides key technical knowledge on air quality and how it affects human health and the environment.
The exhibition was visited by primary and secondary schoolchildren, university students and the general public.
The initiative commemorated 20 years of the company in Panama with a journey through the country’s development in terms of energy and encouraged reflection on the future of the energy market and the tools available for dealing with it sustainably.
The exhibition “Want to Play? Let’s think about energy”, which was opened in July at the Fontao Mining Museum by the Director of Education, Dissemination and Heritage of the Naturgy Foundation, Eva Buch, the Mayor of Vila de Cruces, Jesús Otero, the General Secretary of Language Policy of the Regional Government of Galicia, Valentín García, and the Regional Head of the Department of Economy, Employment and Industry, Ignacio Rial Santomé, will be extended until 24 March 2019.
The Energytruck, a large sustainable truck designed by the Naturgy Foundation, offers a visual and interactive introduction to what energy is and how we can consume it responsibly.
The travelling exhibition is free to visit until 16 November and will then travel around the region of Orense until the end of the month.