REN – Redes Energéticas Nacionais has a new corporate website, more up-to-date and easier to navigate, where all the information on the company’s activity can be found quickly and intuitively. Among the new content created, you can find areas dedicated to REN’s operations, innovation, and sustainability. The new version of REN’s website features audio description, in order to enable accessibility.
The highlight of the website is the sustainability area, which has gained space in the main menu, and which is organised based on the four axes of the company’s sustainability strategy. Thus, sections have been created concerning the promotion of internal well-being, stakeholder involvement and satisfaction, environmental protection, and governance and ethics. This is where you can find information about the REN Award, the REN Chair on Biodiversity, reforestation actions, and corporate volunteering, amongst others.
Another of the website’s new features is the free access to relevant information that boosts research in the energy area. Through its website and other tools, such as the DataHub, where data on energy consumption in the country is made available every 15 minutes, REN places itself at the centre of the energy transition, adding value to its contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals and to energy-related Portuguese and European targets.
On the operational side, the new website will have unpublished content for the dissemination of REN’s main projects concerning major electricity and gas projects. Details will be disclosed here on projects for the construction of new lines and pipelines, as well as, for example, of projects already completed, such as the construction of the undersea cable in Viana do Castelo.
Note also to the renewed Contact area, with a more user-friendly form, which enables greater proximity to the community, responding to the best international ESG practices.
Over 4,000 hours were spent developing the new website. New Normal was responsible for the website’s new image and design, and Decksill developed it.