The Company has made a contribution of 22,000 euros which has been used to finance renovation works for this chapel and its surroundings; a chapel that is an example of religious architecture from the 17th century.
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Red Eléctrica’s Regional Delegate in Aragón, José Ignacio Lallana, and the Mayor of Mas de las Matas, Pedro Pitarch, visited the Santa Flora chapel; an improvement made possible thru the contribution of 22,000 euros by the Company.
The collaboration agreement signed by Red Eléctrica de España and the Town Council of Mas de las Matas (Teruel) in February 2015, has enabled works to be carried out involving the repair of damp-damaged areas on the inside of the north facade of the building and the reconstruction of the perimeter fencing wall that delimits the area on which the chapel is located.
Red Eléctrica is committed to the socio-economic development of the territory in which it builds transmission facilities, and supports projects aimed at socio-cultural development, tourism and environmental protection, as set out in its Corporate Social Responsibility plan.
The Company has earmarked 222,000 euros to the development of such initiatives in the 14 municipalities of the province of Teruel through which the Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar–Morella high-voltage lines pass. In addition to Mas de las Matas, other municipalities where the Company has promoted Corporate Social Responsibility projects are Andorra, Alcañiz, Alcorisa, Jarque de la Val, Aliaga, La Zoma, Ejulve, Molinos, Castellote, Seno, La Ginebrosa, Aguaviva and Las Parras de Castellote.
The Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar-Morella 400 kilovolt electricity lines are necessary for transmission grid meshing, to improve the security and quality of the electricity supply in the province of Teruel, and to increase the evacuation capacity of ordinary regime generation and that from renewable sources. Its construction is expected to be completed in the last quarter of this year and represents an investment of 99.3 million euros in the province of Teruel.