The action is part of the Company’s CSR plan in collaboration with the 22 municipalities of Teruel and Castellón through which the recently completed Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar-Morella axes run.
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The town of Cuevas de Almudén, situated in the region of the Cuencas Mineras of Teruel, has had the recreational area of the chapel of Sant Just fitted out with new tables and benches thanks to the collaboration agreement signed between the Local Council and Red Eléctrica de España, which provides for a financial contribution of 9,700 euros by the Company.
Red Eléctrica’s Delegate in Aragón, José Ignacio Lallana, and the Mayor of Cuevas de Almudén, Ambrosio Morte, accompanied by the manager of the Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar-Morella projects, Arturo Pérez, visited the site where these improvements had been made, in the San Just Mountain Range.
This action is encompassed with the corporate social responsibility plan carried out by Red Eléctrica in the 22 municipalities of Teruel and Castellón, areas through which the 400 kilovolt Mezquita-Morella and Mudéjar-Morella electricity lines run. This plan, carried out in close collaboration with the local councils, which have determined the appropriate initiatives in each case, has enabled the Company to support projects aimed at social development, tourism and the use of natural and heritage resources.
The electricity axes, whose construction has already been completed, total 115 kilometres in length and have represented an investment by Red Eléctrica of 127 million euros. This infrastructure contributes to the meshing of the transmission grid, improves the security and quality of the electricity supply in both provinces and increases the capacity of evacuation of generation from ordinary regime and that of renewable origin.