E.ON and the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum have launched a collaborative project to promote new generations’ culture of innovation.
E.ON, an energy company, offers 50 school groups a guided visit of the museum in Italian where, in addition to discovering the collections of the two brothers, they will learn about the evolution of home lighting and the importance of sustainability and saving energy.
We haven’t forgotten our adult fans, either: two candlelight visits organized in Italian for March 1, 2019 (6:45 PM and 7:15 PM), the day dedicated to saving energy and sustainable life styles. The event, created in Italy in 2005 by the radio program Caterpillar and Rai Radio2 in line with international projects, has a catchy title in Italian, “I illuminate myself less” (M’illumino di meno), which is a play on the famous 1917 poem by the Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti, “I illuminate myself with the immense” (M’illumino d’immenso).
E.ON today concentrates its activities in the new world of energy, decentralized, and sustainable. It is active in sensitizing families – and especially young people – to a more thoughtful use of energy and other resources. This commitment is summarized in the claim #odiamoglisprechi (“we hate wasting”) and is recounted every year on the 13th of December during the Day Against Wasting. Among the company’s various initiatives created especially for young people is a didactic project for elementary and secondary school students: the platform E.ON Scuole (E.ON Schools).
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