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18 Jun 2019

Conscytec is designing and building the Core & Shell of the extension project for the Garbera Shopping Centre in San Sebastián

Conscytec, construction subsidiary of Eiffage Energía through the Eiffage Garbera UTE (Temporary Union of Companies) formed by Conscytec-Eiffage Energía, has designed and is building the Core & Shell (Earthmoving, Foundation and Containment, Structure, Roof, Façade Enclosure, Sanitation Network and Earthing Network) of the Garbera Shopping Centre, in San Sebastián, for Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, which will become the main comprehensive leisure centre of Guipúzcoa. The project, which aims to achieve the Breeam Excellent certificate of sustainability and which is managed using BIM 3D, […]

24 Apr 2019

Eiffage Energía completes the renovation of street lighting in Albacete capital and its industrial estates

Eiffage Energía is working on the renovation of the street lighting in Albacete Capital and its industrial estates which will be ready next June. This project consists of replacing more than 21,000 conventional light points for others with LED technology and replacing or adapting more than 200 control centres with a modern remote management system, allowing from the central computer to perform tasks of power-on-off, adjust schedules and light intensity, display operating parameters and detect faults and anomalies. This project, […]

30 Jan 2019
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Eiffage Energía removes plastic cups from all its local offices

It is estimated that 80% of the products we have at home contain a high percentage of plastic. At work, which is also our home, we live with and use products with some type of plastic such as PVC, polyethylene, PET or polyurethane among many others. Therefore, and following our path of commitment to the environment, at Eiffage Energía we have created a mini-campaign to eliminate plastic cups from all the company’s local offices. It is doing our bit to […]

14 Jan 2019
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Eiffage Energy inaugurates its new head office quarters in Albacete aimed at being a benchmark in sustainability and energy efficiency

Today, the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García Page, has inaugurated the new head offices of Eiffage Energía in Spain, located in Albacete in a ceremony attended by the CEO of Eiffage Energía, José Manuel Martínez, as host, international CEO of Eiffage Énergie Systemes, Ludovic Duplan, institutional and business representatives as well as regional and subsidiaries directors of the company. The new building, which brings together in the same workplace Central Services, the Territorial Centre, Conscytec, Renewable Energy and Maintenance […]

17 May 2018

Supporting Global Recycling Day

Recycling is a process through which we convert rubbish or waste into new products or raw material for later use. Waste or recyclable materials are varied and are around everyday life, they include paper and cardboard, glass, wood, textiles, iron and non-iron metal and electronic and electric components. Eiffage Energía believes that recycling helps build a better planet, world, and country. According to data recorded at the end of 2017, the company recycled a total of 20.637 kg of paper […]

17 Nov 2016

Spain could convert solar energy into its very own ‘oil’

In the words of Jorge Morales de Labra, vice president of the Fundación Renovables (Renewable Energy Foundation) “Andalusia in particular and Spain are the areas of highest solar radiation in Continental Europe”. This fact could convert solar energy into Spain’s oil. Currently, virtually all the energy consumed in Spain is imported. This makes our country have a huge energy dependence, especially on oil. Some years ago, Spain was the leading developer of solar energy on the planet. However, today we are […]

02 Nov 2016

The changing of the clock does not mean a saving of energy

November has arrived and with it the changing of the clock. One of the main arguments for this changing of the clock is the supposed energy saving that it produces. Waking up at night for, in theory, to enjoy an afternoon with more daylight hours does not seem to produce significant energy saving. This fact is supported by a study conducted in Australia, in which it is demonstrated that the energy demand increases in the morning, thus compensating the theoretical reduction […]