Sustainability is a commitment that goes beyond any single social action. Companies have a responsibility and the opportunity to drive change towards a sustainable economy and sustainable development. This must be understood as an overall approach with multiple dimensions: environmental, social and economic.
That is why sustainability is a pillar of our business culture. We integrate it into our strategy to create long-term value for society, contributing to the fight against climate change and promoting inclusion, diversity, ethics and transparency.
At Endesa, we understand that it is not just about generating 100% green energy. It is also about collaborating with local companies and bodies to preserve the environment from an ecological, economic and social perspective.
This approach of creating shared value, which contributes to the United Nations SDGs, is based on dialogue with the communities in the areas where we operate. These plans aim to generate positive impacts in the areas where they are applied, through actions that combine our interests with the priorities of local communities. We prepare a CSV (Creating Shared Value) plan for every renewable project we develop. These plans include a range of actions.
The wind now has a voice
Luis Larrodera gives voice to the wind which, in addition to whistling, has an essential role to play in the sustainability of our planet. Thanks to these air currents and the building of three wind farms, the town of Muniesa in Teruel can now generate 100% clean energy. Almost fifty wind turbines and 38 windmills are contributing to the sustainable development of the area.
But we are not just generating green energy. We are also working with local municipalities to install lighting that prevents light pollution. This could enable Muniesa to become part of the network of special locations for "astrotourism".