Twenty-one centres in the running to become the next champions of energy efficiency29.04.2019
The schools that will take part in the 2019 Energy with Consciousness Championship have been announced:
IES Plurilingüe Fontexería (Muros)
Colegio Trueba de Artxanda (Bilbao)
IES Dr. José Zapatero Domínguez (Castro Urdiales)
Colegio Mercedes (Santander)
IES María Zambrano (Alcázar de San Juan)
IES Mónico Sánchez (Piedrabuena)
IES Isabel Perillán y Quirós (Campo de Criptana)
IES Antonio Calvin (Almagro)
Colegio Asunción Cuestablanca (Madrid)
Colegio Europeo de Madrid (Las Rozas)
IES Rey Pastor (Madrid)
IES Barrio Simancas (Madrid)
IES León Felipe (Getafe)
Colegio de Fomento El Prado (Madrid)
IES Prado de Santo Domingo (Alcorcón)
IES Antonio López García (Getafe)
IES Miguel de Cervantes (Murcia)
IES Marqués de los Vélez (El Palmar)
IES Valle de Leiva (Alhama de Murcia)
IES La Flota (Murcia)
Institut Pont del Diable (Tarragona)
A team of experts from Repsol is analysing the candidates' audit reports, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Championship. On 23rd May, we will announce the five finalists who will present their work to the jury in the grand finale. This event will mark the end of the 5th Edition of Energy with Consciousness, and the two best teams will win a prize of 7000 and 3000 euros, respectively, to implement the proposed energy efficiency improvement in their schools.
Energy with Consciousness 2018–2019
Thirty-six schools from A Coruña, Bizkaia, Cantabria, Ciudad Real, Madrid, Murcia, and Tarragona have participated in this Fundación Repsol educational programme during the academic year, working over a period of several weeks to develop an energy audit report. In addition, 73 Repsol volunteers, who are current or retired employees of the energy company, spent a day at the schools to help the students understand the concept of energy efficiency through workshops and experiments.
The aim of Energy with Consciousness is to raise awareness among 3rd and 4th year secondary students of the importance of using energy resources responsibly, and to encourage them to talk to their friends and family about what they have learnt.
It is free to participate in the project, and Fundación Repsol provides the materials necessary to develop the programme. In order to take part, schools must sign up in the yearly call for participation.