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 Chair of Energy Economy and the Environment will foster research and development in technology related to intelligent self-generation of energy and electricity consumption.
It is a project to promote tourism and disseminate heritage by using natural and virtual elements to encourage cohesion and social welfare.
The company has participated in the purchase of furniture and technological materials and donated computers for the benefit of the centre’s users.
Since 2009, Red Eléctrica has recovered 778 hectares of forest through the planting of more than 647,000 trees and shrubs of different native species that will help offset around 184,800 tonnes of CO2 throughout their life cycle.