Huerta de Carabaña’s multi-energy path to sustainability 

Thu 14/10/2021 by Richard Wilkinson

Huerta de Carabaña is a family restoration project with a strong commitment to conserving the environment. In Madrid, they prepare a cuisine where vegetables shine in a special way, all sourced from their family farm on the banks of the Tajuña River. José Cabrera (Pepe), his wife Amparo and their children Roberto and José farm as their grandparents did more than 100 years ago.

A production area of ​​30,000 metres is considered a research centre for bringing the best natural products to the table. They have an oil mill, where they extract their own oil, a vineyard and even a small farm to make their own compost. All this makes Huerta Carabaña a singular and unique project based on sustainability. One of its priorities is the promotion of the local economy in a rural environment, creating employment and promoting a model of social sustainability.

Huerta de Carabaña has a restaurant located at Calle Lagasca, 32 in Madrid and a summer restaurant in Carabaña, both of which are in the process of obtaining “Efficient and sustainable cuisine” certification awarded by Repsol and endorsed by Aenonr, to show its commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability in the kitchen. They have also signed a multi-energy agreement in their commitment to environmental sustainability.

The “Huerta de Carabaña” facilities will be supplied with a complete multi-energy proposal from Repsol: 100% renewable electricity, LPG and diesel from Repsol, and will have the certification of compensation of CO2 emissions.


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