Both organizations have signed an agreement to help curb climate change and improve air quality
The Aragon Hydrogen Foundation (Foundation for the development of new hydrogen technologies in Aragon) and the foundation for the conservation of the Bearded Vulture (FCQ) have signed an agreement under which the entity based in the Walqa Technological park of Huesca gives an electric pedal-assisted bicycle (e-bike) to the conservation NGO that will contribute to improve air quality and sustainable mobility within the town of Aínsa-Sobrarbe. This action is part of the sustainable mobility strategy that is being promoted from both organizations.
The presentation of this agreement took place in an event held in Aínsa that was attended by the Director general of Industry, SMEs, trade and handicraft of the Government of Aragon and Vice-president of the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation, Jesús Sánchez Farraces; Of the Secretary of FCQ, Oscar Díez Sánchez and the managing director of the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation, Fernando Palacín.
There are many advantages offered by this new means of transport, promoted by administrations from all over the world. Beyond saving on the consumption of fossil fuels, e-bikes are an alternative ‘ eco ‘ to traditional transport, a more sustainable way to go to work, do the shopping and move around in general cities.
In the opinion of Jesús Sánchez Farraces, general director of industry, SMEs, trade and handicraft of the Government of Aragon, “the Foundation is committed, in addition to the deployment and dissemination of hydrogen technology, with sustainable and electric mobility, Whose benefits can be extended by the hand of organizations of such a wide trajectory in conservation as the FCQ. “
The Secretary of FCQ, Oscar Díez, explained that “mobility lives a revolution, and e-bikes play a leading role, actively promoting the transformation of displacement. From the FCQ we cannot be oblivious to these changes and our commitment to sustainability and environmental care is decided. “