Professors from the Polytechnic University of Milan, who work together with Enel—Endesa's parent company—in the search for new development opportunities for areas of Italy where power stations are being closed down, have shared their knowledge with colleagues of the University of Leon during the sessions yesterday and today. This exchange, promoted by Endesa, seeks to incorporate into Spain the experience gained by the electricity group in the energy transition process being implemented across Europe. Professors from Milan and León have visited the area of El Bierzo and have held work meetings at the Rectorate of the University of León.
The Polytechnic University of Milan is Italy’s leading technological-scientific university, and it is considered to be cutting edge in terms of teaching and research on an international level. It is characterised by the constant search for innovation and for its attention to the corporate world. It has 42,000 students, of whom 5000 are foreign. It takes part in numerous international collaboration agreements.