The Naturgy Foundation will share its workshops and volunteers with Energy Without Borders in order to reduce energy vulnerability.
The Naturgy Foundation will make its Energy School and volunteers from the energy company available to Energy Without Borders to collaborate in the "Energy Vulnerability" project of the partner organisation. The president of Energy Without Borders, Pilar Sevillaand the general director of Naturgy Foundation, María Eugenia Coronado, signed a collaboration agreement today to work jointly in improving the quality of life of the families who most need it.
Coronado stated that “this new collaboration will enrich the work the Naturgy Foundation carries out along with another 20 companies, and will enable us to aid, with our experience and knowledge in the energy sector, the effort social organisations make to improve the lives of the most vulnerable families”.
For her part, Sevilla stated that “the signing of this agreement is an important step in achieving the objective of Energy Without Borders, which seeks to make it easier for all people to have enough and affordable energy, and highlights the role that the collaboration between companies and social organisations can play in this project".
Through its Energy School, the Naturgy Foundation will set up practical training workshops on bill management, efficiency advice and responsible consumption, with the objective of families reducing energy spending and reducing their bills.
The foundation's volunteers will collaborate with those of Energy Without Borders to offer energy advice to the people served by the social organisation. They will also identify improvements in household installations and household equipment for a more efficient use of the energy supply.