EDP Renewables holds an open doors day at its wind farm in Rabosera, Aragón, in celebration of Global Wind Day
Ms Marina Sevilla, Head of the Department of Energy and Mining of the Regional Government of Aragon, Ms Marta Patricia Rodríguez, director of the Local Service for Industry and Innovation of Huesca.
Rabosera Wind Farm is located in the municipalities of Luna (Zaragoza) and Gurrea de Gállego (Huesca).
The activities offered by EDP Renewables included tours of the premises guided by the technical staff and a wind tunnel, as well as educational sessions and a kite and drawing contest for children.
EDP Renewables (Euronext:EDPR), a global leader in the renewable energy sector and the world’s third-largest wind energy producer, has celebrated Global Wind Day by holding an open doors day at its Wind Farm in Rabosera, located in the municipalities of Luna (Zaragoza) and Gurrea de Gállego (Huesca).
The event was attended by the Head of the Department of Energy and Mining of the Regional Government of Aragon, Ms Marina Sevilla, accompanied by Mr Ramón Tejedor, advisor to the same Department, and the director of the Local Service for Industry and Innovation of Huesca, Ms Marta Patricia Rodríguez. Various activities were offered, including tours of the premises guided by the technical staff, educational sessions and a kite and drawing competition for children, as well as a wind tunnel, an air turbine which allows users to experience the sensation of flying.
Various Mayors and officials from neighbouring towns were also in attendance: Mr Alfredo Marco Gil from Gurrea de Gállego, Mr Santiago Puértolas Berne from Luna, María Luisa Naudín from Sierra de Luna, Eduardo López Torralba from Marracos, José Antonio Mallada from Piedratajada, José Lafuente Dieste from Valpalmas and José Manuel Angoy from Erla, as well as other local figures.
According to Rocío Sicre, Managing Director of EDP Renewables in Spain: “Initiatives like this are a part of our company’s sustainable philosophy and a sign of our commitment to the municipalities where we operate our wind farms”.