The Valladolid City Council has decided to continue betting on renewable energy for its buildings.
In 2005, it began to install solar thermal energy, with 1,768 m2 , which represents a CO2 emission savings of almost 437.58t of CO2.
In 2005 photovoltaic installations were also started to produce energy that was sold to the distribution network. Currently having 33 installations in schools, civic centers and other buildings saving 336.45t of CO2 per year.
In 2015 we switched to self-consumption photovoltaic installations. In 2020, 9 installations have been carried out, which means that 26 municipal buildings are already consuming their own energy. One of these buildings is the Town Hall, which is an example for other citizens. A monitoring programme controls these facilities.