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Social contribution

Enresa, in accordance with its vocation as an essential public service, actively contributes to the social and economic development of the municipalities in the zones of influence of its nuclear facilities. It also supports education and the exchange of knowledge through partnerships with public and private entities to boost training.

Co-financed projects

Enresa drives the progress of Spanish society by co-financing local development projects that contribute to the generation of alternative economies to those related to the nuclear facilities and to the generation of employment.

Enresa co-finances these municipal initiative projects with populated areas surrounding the nuclear power plants and radioactive waste centres (El Cabril), pursuant to the provisions contained in Ministerial Order IET/458/2015, of 11 March, regulating allocations to municipalities in areas surrounding nuclear facilities under the Fund to finance the activities of the General Radioactive Waste Plan (GRWP), as amended by Order TED/295/2023, of 23 March.

Municipalities that may benefit from Enresa´s contributions
Co-financing projects in figures – 2022
Icono de un lápiz 55 PROYECTS DEVELOPED
Icono de dos casas 42 MUNICIPALITIES
Icono de un obrero +260 JOBS CREATED
Icono de un grupo de personas 66.000 BENEFICIARY INHABITANTS
Icono del símbolo del euro 1,7 M EUTOS ALLOCATED
Co-financing projects
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    ALMARAZ Municipality: Almaraz (Cáceres, Extremadura) Project: Centre for persons with functional diversity Date: In progress (scheduled completion in 2023) A centre to boost integration This initiative will provide Almaraz with a complete and modern multidisciplinary centre geared to achieving the comprehensive development of adults with disabilities, offering them the support and opportunities needed to attain the highest degree of social and labour integration possible.
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    COFRENTES Municipality: Cortes de Pallás (Valencia, Region of Valencia) Project: Start-up of a tourist train Date: In progress (scheduled completion in 2023) Travellers onboard (the tourist train)! Cortes de Pallás is working to start up a tourist train to transfer people from the town to the docks where the river cruise boats that sail up the River Jucar moor. The train will also act to boost tourism and the economy in the municipality, driving both direct and indirect employment.
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    EL CABRIL Municipality: Las Navas de la Concepción (Seville, Andalusia) Project: Recovery of an abandoned olive grove Project: Completed in 2022 Olive grove – a source of life and development After commencing a project in 2017 to recover hectares given over to olives on land that had been abandoned, Navas de la Concepción tackled phase two, completed in 2022, which has allowed more hectares to be recovered, generating full employment, starting up the operation of an oil mill again and reactivating the Virgen de Belén Cooperative.
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    JOSÉ CABRERA Municipality: Pastrana (Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha) Project: Boosting tourism with innovative and technological resources Date: Completed in 2022 Past, present and future united thanks to technology The municipality of Pastrana (La Alcarria) has turned to technology to offer its visitors, particularly families and children, a renewed tourist experience. And all thanks to ‘Pastrana Turismo’, a specific and free app that helps get to know this ducal town in an immersive and interactive way through a virtual game.
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    VANDELLÓS Municipality: Tivissa (Tarragona, Catalonia) Project: ‘Castellet de Banyoles’ project to boost tourism Date: Completed in 2017 Centre for interpretation of Iberian culture The refurbishment and alteration of spaces in the house of culture of the Town Council of Tivissa has enabled it to house a museum space for the interpretation and dissemination of the Iberian City of Castellet de Banyoles – one of the most important in Catalonia and the largest in the Ibercavonian world – along with classrooms to teach various subjects, particularly music.
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    ASCÓ Municipality: Ascó (Tarragona, Catalonia) Project: Refurbishment and fitting-out of Ascó railway station Date: Completed in 2021 The railway as the catalyst of recovery Ascó has refurbished the historical building of the railway station to turn it into a hub-type infrastructure that houses the Municipal Tourist Office and rooms allocated to cultural exhibitions and activities. In addition, it will become an arrival and departure centre for passengers on the ‘Lo Caspolino’ tourist train, which will connect Ascó to the Costa Dorada.
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    STA. MARIA DE GAROÑA Municipality: Jurisdiction of San Zadornil (Burgos, Castile and Leon) Project: Fit-out of the ‘Metrópoli verde’ [Green metropolis] Date: Completed in 2017 A unique nature trip This project was designed with a view to showcasing and boosting the tourist attraction of the Jurisdiction of San Zadornil through actions in the Montes Obaranes-San Zadornil nature park. The regeneration of spaces, the signposting of recreation areas, the recovery of fountains, improved paths and trails… All of this has enabled a unique location to be protected and brought closer to the public.
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    TRILLO Municipality: Pareja (Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha) Project: Refurbishment and adaptation of a building as a rural hostel Date: Completed in 2021 (different phases) Rural accommodation to boost tourism The Town Council of Pareja decided to remodel a building located in the Old Town to turn it into a rural hostel. By undertaking this project, a building in disuse was recovered, a tourist attraction that did not previously exist was developed and jobs were also created, along with benefitting the economy of the municipality – an unbeatable example of local development through co-financing.

Voluntary work at Enresa

Enresa is working on a Volunteer Work Plan with the aim of promoting and coordinating actions in regard to voluntary work and to boost a corporate framework for its implementation.

Commitment to education and training

Enresa dedicates significant resources to fostering the dissemination and transfer of knowledge acquired in radioactive waste management and its implications in the field of sustainability.

To achieve this, it collaborates with different universities and training institutions, including:

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Logo of the Energy, Environment and Technology Research Centre (CIEMAT)
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Main figures in 2022:
Icono de una persona dando una formación 40 Number of training actions involving Enresa technicians
Icono de un ponente 28 Speakers from Enresa that have taken part in external training
Icono de un reloj 362 Total hours of external training taught

Collaboration and participation

Enresa collaborates closely with other public and private sector, business and social responsibility associations and initiatives – an activity that results in the attainment of cooperation, collaboration and shared value:

  • SEDIC (Spanish Society of Scientific Documentation and Information)
  • NUCNET (Nuclear Forum - The independent nuclear news agency)
  • UNE (Spanish Standardisation Association)
  • AEMENER (Spanish Association of Women in Energy)
  • Spanish Nuclear Industrial Forum
  • APD (Association for Progress in Management)
  • Institute of Internal Auditors
  • New Economic Forum
  • ASFACO (Manufacturers Association of Cordoba)
  • AENOR (Spanish Standardisation Association)
  • AEC (Spanish Association for Quality)
  • Forética
  • Spanish Energy Club