The General State Administration, social groups, business associations and non-governmental environmental organisations have joined forces to help conserve the planet and combat climate change.
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Red Eléctrica de España has taken part in an event held in Zaragoza in which the Government of Aragón announced that it was signing up to the #PorElClima Community, an initiative supported by the General State Administration, social groups, business associations and non-governmental environmental organisations, all of which have joined forces in an effort to help conserve the planet and combat climate change.
The President of the Government of Aragón, Javier Lambán, brought together representatives from 18 different organisations, including Red Eléctrica, to explain the specific actions that each of them was pursuing to combat climate change.
Red Eléctrica’s Manager of Ebro Regional Office, José Ignacio Lallana, recalled that the company was a member of the #PorElClima Community and had made a firm commitment to combating climate change, developing programmes jointly with all of its stakeholders. In addition, the company has had its own Climate Change Action Plan since 2011 and had recently adjusted it in line with some of the more important international developments, such as the Paris Agreement.
During the course of the event, Lallana explained that the company’s commitment could be seen in its day-to-day work as the organisation responsible for transporting electricity and ensuring that the whole electricity system operated correctly, “with a view to achieving maximum integration of renewable energies in the Spanish electricity system through actions that include both the deployment of new infrastructure, without which the integration of these energies would not be possible, and the management of Cecre (Control center of renewable energies). Cecre is the first centre in the world for controlling and managing the electricity generation obtained from renewable energy producers, which makes it possible to integrate the maximum production of renewable energy into the electricity system whilst maintaining the levels of quality and guaranteeing the security of supply”.