Feda Culture Andorra.
The history of FEDA begins in the 30s of the last century with the creation of the electricity company FHASA, which not only implemented electricity in all the houses of the country, but is also responsible for the creation of many of the roads that we have today in Andorra, including the road that goes to Pas de la Casa, through the port of Envalira.
FEDA is fully committed to Andorran society and, in particular, to the promotion of culture, education, scientific dissemination and the protection of national heritage. This has led to projects such as the creation of the MW Electricity Museum, the didactic itinerary of the Engolasters Hydroelectric Trail and the implementation of lighting in emblematic buildings. It also works closely with other institutions in the form of sponsorship to carry out initiatives aimed at disseminating knowledge and national heritage.
FEDA contributes actively in the sponsorship of different cultural activities in Andorra. Among them is responsible for the construction of the first road network in our country at the beginning of the 20th century.
The electricity museum is located in the Encamp hydroelectric plant and explains the historical evolution of the electricity generation process in Andorra. Also in the same plant is the beginning of the road to the dam Engolasters, a pleasant walk in the middle of nature, where you can discover the origins of electricity production in Andorra and how it transformed our society. A guided tour recommended for all audiences.