Red Eléctrica has signed an agreement with the Local Council of Torla, Huesca, to renovate trails in this municipality, whose location makes it the natural entrance to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park.
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Red Eléctrica’s Delegate in Aragón, José Ignacio Lallana, and the Mayor of Torla-Ordesa, Miguel Villacampa, have signed a collaboration agreement by which the Company will contribute to the adaptation works of the trails that this City Council of the province of Huesca is going to undertake. Red Eléctrica will contribute 6,500 euros, which will allow these trails to be kept in optimum conditions for the next four years. The municipality, located 1,033 metres above sea level, has a remarkable influx of tourists throughout the year, since it is the natural entrance to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, one of the most visited enclaves of the Autonomous Community of Aragón and of the entire Pyrenees.
Red Eléctrica has also donated three complete sets of IT equipment to the Local Council, which will be used for administrative tasks and to provide council services for the local citizens.
Both initiatives are encompassed within the Company's corporate social responsibility actions, which include various measures to support the municipalities in which it has a presence and facilities, such as is the case of Torla-Ordesa, through which the 220 kilovolt Biescas-Pragnères line passes; one of the Company’s main facilities in the province of Huesca.