- TotalEnergies Electricidad y Gas will present the Grand Prix to the winner of the cycling race, which will be held on 31 July in Donostia-San Sebastián and the surrounding area.
- The energy company is committed to sponsoring sports activities, as it believes that the promotion of healthy activities such as sport contributes to improving people’s quality of life and general well-being.
TotalEnergies Electricidad y Gas will participate in the 40th edition of the Clásica de San Sebastián as a sponsor of the Grand Prix. The gas and electricity supplier will award the trophy to the winner of the cycling race, which will be held on 31 July in San Sebastian and the surrounding area of Gipuzkoa.
The energy company is firmly committed to sponsoring activities that match its corporate values: proximity, non-conformism, integrity, and sustainability, and especially sporting activities. “Sport is one of the key areas we are going to sponsor. We believe that promoting healthy activities that improve health, well-being and quality of life is fundamental”, explains Javier Saénz de Jubera, CEO of TotalEnergies Electricidad y Gas. “For us, this is a very relevant activity, which allows us to materialise our commitment to the community where we operate with concrete action that improves people’s lives”, he adds.
TotalEnergies Electricity y Gas in the Basque Country
TotalEnergies Electricidad y Gas has more than 560,000 energy and services contracts in the Basque Country. It is a key centre of operations for the energy company, which is fully committed to the region. “We maintain a corporate head office in Bilbao and our operations office in San Sebastian. We also have an office in Vitoria-Gasteiz, which serves the whole of the Basque Country”, explains Javier Saénz de Jubera.
TotalEnergies’ gas and electricity supplier in Spain is the fourth-largest gas and electricity supplier in the Spanish residential market, with a market share of 6%. It has more than 2 million residential and small business customers. In the B2B market, it has an annual delivered volume of gas and electricity of 2.6 TWh. It also provides energy services to 30,400 supply points, both to industrial and corporate customers, SMEs and the self-employed.