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"The earth is not the inheritance of our parents, but a loan from our children" Indian proverb

The world is already aware of the great need for a transition to a sustainable economy, based on free Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions to curb global warming.

Of all the renewable energies, solar energy has the greatest potential for growth, thus becoming an efficient option for mitigating climate change, while providing cleaner and more accessible energy to the entire population.

A fundamental part of T-Solar's corporate strategy is to contribute to mitigating climate change and preventing pollution as a producer of renewable energy.

We train our employees in good environmental practices promoting the sustainable use of resources and inform them about changes, updates and news generated in the environmental management of the company periodically.

T-Solar identifies and evaluates to prevent, correct and/or mitigate environmental impacts derived from its activity, both those foreseen during the development of new projects and those generated in operating solar PV and CSP plants.

We also participate in different environmental education activities and collaborate with associations in the protection of local species, such as the project "The Sun with the Iberian Lynx" at the breeding centre in Granadilla, Cáceres.

Since we are joining the United Nations Global Compact in 2018, we have published our Sustainability Report , from the Spanish network of the Global Compact, reporting information on the definition, progress and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. 

Download our Sustainability Report.

The effort to guarantee the protection of biodiversity and the environment of our activities is reflected in the detailed compliance with environmental legislation. This is executed through the establishment of the necessary preventive, corrective and/or compensatory measures. This is the case of Grazing Agreements in several of our photovoltaic plants as a natural method of vegetation control.

We have a waste management system both in our PV plants, with module recycling through an authorized certified manager, and in CSP  plants, where hazardous and non-hazardous waste is quantified, labelled and stored according to its condition and delivered to an authorized manager. We also recycle and reduce the waste generated in our offices.


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