After his return from the Greek island of Crete, at a meeting of the municipalities and regions of the European Union as part of the MEDEA project, according to the regions of the Mediterranean as part of the Covenant of Mayors, Mayor puts in place measures to consider the reduction of energy consumption and consequently the current spending through the consumption of biomass in schools and the indoor pool.
After assistance from the mayor of Alhama de Murcia, Fernando Alfonso Morales Ceron this meeting, has collected information on the measures taken by other municipalities in the EU to tackle climate change and capitalize on energy consumption.
In this sense, the mayor has stated that the City Council is to achieve the certificate EEA, Environmental Quality Award, for which it is intended that the Consistory to consider measures that could be of significant energy savings.
One such possible measure is to apply energy from biomass, organic matter originated in a biological process, spontaneous or induced, can be used as an energy source.
This type of energy is being used by other municipalities to heat the water in the thermos, among other things, compared to the usual energy.
Also, in the conferences he has attended the mayor also has discussed the implementation of LED lenses, of which not yet have a thorough knowledge of your savings and that are being implemented recently.
At that meeting, paid for entirely by the EU, attended Spanish seventeen representatives of the municipalities selected to be part of the MEDEA project.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia