10 July 2017 - The prizes have been awarded for the "A tutta Acqua!" competition connected with the environmental education project launched by ERG for secondary school children in the regions where the company's hydroelectric plants are located.
The children, 661 students from 11 secondary schools in Umbria and Lazio, were asked to represent their thoughts regarding renewable energies and propose possible solutions for combating climate change, freely choosing their form of expression. The winners were five 5th year female students from the "Donatelli" scientific school of Terni: Camilla Candelori, Caterina Castellani, Gaia Luchetti, Agnese Martinelli and Stella Muti, with the project "Ecosostenibilandia", their idea of a city similar to Terni but completely sustainable, powered by renewable energy and attentive to energy efficiency. A place where mobility and the management of services are inspired by sustainability.
The five pupils, together with their teachers, will be guests of ERG at the "CSR and Social Innovation Show" which will be held at Bocconi University in Milan in October. Other prizes were awarded to students from two schools in Rieti: "Jucci" scientific school for the story "Why it's never too late" and "Rosatelli" secondary school for their water research project entitled "Diving into a river of energy".
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