Purchena is modernized with investments that exceed 200,000 euros

The acquisition of new equipment for Punto Vuela, the installation of photovoltaic panels and the activities and participation circuits are part of the new consignment of aid that the council will manage

In the coming months, Purchena City Council will receive three new lines of aid worth more than €200,000, which will serve to reactivate the municipality with several workshops and activities for all audiences and modernize it through the installation of photovoltaic panels and the acquisition of new technologies for Punto Vuela.

The DUS5000 program, financed between the European Union and the Provincial Council, will install more than 170 photovoltaic panels in municipal buildings with which self-consumption will be promoted, in addition to meeting the objectives of reducing emissions and lowering the cost of the electricity bill. by at least 60%.

On the other hand, the Junta de Andalucía will update the Punto Vuela de Purchena with an investment of €48,000 that will result in a better
connectivity, more digital services, the promotion of teleworking and coworking, and greater accessibility for all neighbors. Among the renewed material, it is worth highlighting the new computers, televisions, desk tables, interactive whiteboards, virtual reality glasses or robotics kits.

Finally, a subsidy of €6,000 granted by the Department of Social Inclusion, Youth, Families and Equality will allow for more workshops and participation circuits in which children and adults will have great moments of fun.

The Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Finance, Joaquín Navío, highlighted that “these aid already granted and which will become a reality in a very short time, will allow the municipality to be reactivated. “We managed to take an important step in the modernization of our services and with this have a better and broader offer.”

Furthermore, Navío added that “this city council is working every day on subsidies. We know the importance of aid that comes from other institutions and the dedication they have to the smallest towns, so our job is to train ourselves to make the most of these resources.”

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