Nedgia Castilla-La Mancha and the town council of Talavera reinforce their efforts to promote the use of gas in the town
- Distribution company managers in the Gas Natural Fenosa group region present the mayor with the new brand in a meeting where they also discussed new energy challenges.
Today, the Mayor of Talavera de la Reina, Jaime Ramos, and the General Manager of Nedgia Castilla-La Mancha, Miguel Martín de Pinto, held a working meeting at the municipality’s Town Hall in the province of Toledo which was also attended by the energy company’s provincial delegate, Germán Jara.
During the meeting, managers from the Gas Natural Fenosa group distributor presented the new Nedgia Castilla-La Mancha brand to the Mayor of Talavera de la Reina. This new brand replaces Gas Natural Castilla-La Mancha, enabling the company to embark on a new period focused on overcoming new energy challenges, growth and the transformation of the company’s activity in the region.
During the meeting, the councillor and the company’s representatives shared their common interests regarding improving infrastructures and services for the local population, and ways to jointly develop gas-related projects so as to enable more people in Talavera de la Reina to have access to the benefits of this clean and low carbon emission energy.
The Nedgia managers showed their conviction that the use of natural gas will be key in improving air quality in cities, and explained the actions implemented by the gas distribution company to promote the use or vehicle natural gas in the transport of passengers and goods, as has already been set up in other areas in the region which enjoy cleaner public transport thanks to this type of energy.
Finally, both parties have committed to maintaining the existing close relationship in order to encourage technical contributions and corporate social responsibility projects in Talavera.
Presence of natural gas in Toledo
Nedgia Castilla-La Mancha, a subsidiary of Nedgia (formerly Gas Natural Distribución), has a distribution network stretching almost 1,700 kilometres and close on 74,000 supply points in 38 towns in Toledo. Regionally, it manages over 267,000 supply points in 78 municipalities and a distribution network of over 4,100 kilometres.
At present, Nedgia Castilla-La Mancha supplies to homes and business in Ajofrín, Alameda de la Sagra, Añover de Tajo, Bargas, Borox, Calera y Chozas, Cobeja, Cobisa, Consuegra, Esquivias, Fuensalida, Illescas, Madridejos, Magán, Mocejón, Mora, Nambroca, Noblejas, Numancia de la Sagra, Ocaña, Olías del Rey, Ontígola, Pantoja, Polán, Puebla de Almoradiel (La), Quintanar de la Orden, Seseña, Sonseca, Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Torrijos, Valmojado, Villacañas, Villaluenga de la Sagra, Yébenes (Los), Yeles, Yuncler and Yuncos.