- A total of 26 schools in the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga are participating in the current edition of this training program in the energy sector
- The program returns to normal and schools return to the San Roque Energy Park
- IES Mediterráneo de La Línea begins visits to Cepsa's industrial facilities
The initiative consists of a series of lessons and exercises on the Energy Campus website that are carried out in the classroom under the guidance of a teacher, as well as a visit to the San Roque Energy Park, which all began this month. In this edition of the Energy Campus, sessions on the energy sector in industrial facilities started with IES Mediterráneo de La Línea de la Concepción (Cadiz).
The objective of this educational program by Fundación Cepsa is to show students the evolution of energy throughout the history of mankind, and to connect with the Cepsa value chain. Fundación Cepsa teaches about the impact of crude oil and its derivatives and how they are applied in everyday life, in addition to Cepsa's commitment to the energy transition and renewables through the 2030 Positive Motion Strategy, which it will use to invest up to 8 billion euros to become a leader in sustainable mobility, green hydrogen, and advanced biofuels in Spain and Portugal, putting customers at the center of its activity and helping them to decarbonize.
Cepsa’s commitment and responsibility to the populations of the areas it's located in is also addressed in this program, in addition to the safety of people, facilities, and nearby population centers and its constant efforts to protect and reduce its footprint on the environment.
The Energy Campus also addresses Cepsa's commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (UN) and has a special chapter dedicated to the company's responsibility to its professionals, work-life balance, and diversity and inclusion.
At the end of the training program, students are invited to participate in a competition, individually and collectively, with projects related to the aspects of the energy sector addressed during the Energy Campus. A jury comprising leading professionals in the field of education in Campo de Gibraltar chooses the winners of the contest.
The Energy Campus is a training initiative that has benefited more than 30,000 Andalusian students since its inception.