Magnon plants have received more than 350 visitors throughout 2023

More than 350 people have visited the renewable energy generation plants from biomass of Magnon Green Energy, the renewable energy subsidiary of the Ence Group, throughout 2023. The visits have taken place at the company’s different facilities, which are distributed in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, distributed in the communities of Andalusia, Castilla la Mancha and Extremadura.

The groups of visitors that Magnon has received are of different types, including students of various academic levels – primary, secondary, high school, vocational training and higher degrees – surrounding universities, institutions and local associations. They all have in common the interest they showed when learning about the operation of the plants belonging to this company, a leader in the transformation of renewable energy with biomass in the country.

During the visits, the staff of the Ence subsidiary have been in charge of explaining the industrial processes that take place in the facilities, the cutting-edge technologies used to guarantee maximum efficiency and all the steps they follow to transform biomass energy into energy. electricity that supplies Spanish homes and families.

The transparency that Magnon demonstrates through these initiatives is fully aligned with the vision of the entire Group, which is committed to the principles of sustainability and proximity to the environment. In addition, it highlights the commitment that the company maintains with the training of new generations, collaborating with educational entities to disseminate the importance of environmental care.

Magnon’s facilities always have their doors open and the organization encourages all interested parties to visit their plants and learn first-hand about the benefits that biomass presents for the production of electrical energy, being the only fully manageable renewable source, as it does not depend of meteorological conditions, and the one that generates the most jobs.

One of Magnon’s main priorities is to strengthen and care for the close relationships it maintains with the populations neighboring its plants, with which it is actively involved, promoting the growth of its economy and society, and favoring the structuring of the rural areas.

Magnon’s plants are located in Huelva, Villanueva del Arzobispo (Jaén), Lucena (Córdoba), Mérida, Puertollano and Villarta de San Juan (Ciudad Real).