Red Eléctrica joined in the centenary celebrations for the park, Spain's second enclave with the highest level of environmental protection, following the Picos de Europa mountain range.
The company is funding signs explaining and providing information on the heritage of the islands, a wildlife reserve for 30 years.
Since 2011, Red Eléctrica has been taking part in the reintroduction of this species on the island. There are currently 27 specimens, eight of which were born this year.
The students toured part of Firgas Mountain, where Red Eléctrica has carried out the restoration the native laurisilva forest habitat.
At the event, the company unveiled the Red Eléctrica Marine Forest project, currently underway in the Bay of Pollensa (Balearic Islands)
Fifty master’s candidates in Industrial Engineering visited this 400/220 kilovolt (kV) substation.