The Hera Group rewards the Prati school with 2,500 euros

The award ceremony of the Prati di Treviso primary school was held on Wednesday, which was for the first quarter of the school year 21/22 to the winners of Digi and Lode, the Ascotrade – Hera Group initiative to support the digitization projects of locals. Schools involve their clients in the activation of virtual digital behavior.

2,500 euros to the five winning schools in the first quarter

The competition, which has been launched for the first time in the territories served by the Hera Group for the 21/22 edition, also for the first time by Ascotrade, awarded 5 winning schools with a total prize money of 12,500 Euros for the first quarter . In fact, each school received 2,500 euros for the implementation of digital innovation projects that improve the didactic proposal of young students. For the entire school year 21/22, Ascotrade will distribute prizes for a total of 25,000 Euros. For the Prati School, the symbolic award was presented by the Director General of Ascotrade, Filippo Boraso, and by the Education Councilor of the Commune of Treviso, Silvia Nizzetto, to the Head of the Arianna De Vidi Complex, who said she was pleased with the award. the purchase of twenty monitors can be used to complete another donation for the same number of PCs. The ceremony was also attended by some young students representing different classes of the institute.

There is time until May 31st to win five more schools

The competition foresees the awarding of different schools every quarter and is still active until 31 May 2022. For the second quarter, the games are still open to the schools of the municipalities that have not yet won: Activate only the digital Services that Ascotrade offers are available free of charge. The resulting points are divided between the primary and secondary schools, public and equal, by the municipality of residence of the person who activated the service. It is possible to designate a preferred school, in which case the points will be quintupled. According to the regulations, published on the website dedicated to the page Ascotrade, in the current school year, no more than one school in the same municipality can be awarded.

Digi e lode into the objectives of the UN Agenda 2030

Digi and Lode Schools support innovation, territorial development and environmental protection. In this way, it contributes to the achievement of five objectives of the UN 2030 Agenda: Quality Education, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Industrial Innovation and Infrastructure, Partnership for Objectives, Responsible Consumption and Production.

Prices for the first quarter 21/22 will be delivered for the entire Hera Group

The delivery of prices for a total of 95 thousand euros is also underway for the other companies of the Hera Group, which are scheduled for the first 38 winning schools in the first quarter of 21/22. The full ranking is available at

Around 178,000 digital services activated in four months

In the first quarter of 21/22, approximately 178 thousand digital services of the Hera Group were activated by customers. In particular for Ascotrade alone, there were approximately 8,000 requests for electronic transmission of invoices and over 4,000 registrations for online services.

375 thousand euros already distributed for school digitalization projects

In total, since the start of the project, with Digi and Lode, Hera Group has already donated € 375,000 to the winning schools in the areas. Prices were intended for school digitization projects, mainly for the purchase of touch monitors, interactive multimedia tablets, video projectors, notebooks and tablets, electronic microscopes, three-dimensional design training courses, PCs, webcams, 3D printers and lasers, USB sticks. and SIM for data connection.

Silvia Nizzetto: “Digi and Lode Circular Economy of Digital”

“The Digi e Lode Initiative promotes what we today generally define as ‘good practices’,” commented Silvia Nizzetto, Education Councilor for the municipality of Treviso. with a direct and effective impact of the educational awareness that the recipient has the Comprehensive Schools and therefore the students.The good practices adopted by the families activate a “counter” that actually contributes to digitalisation to invest in profit-making schools as a kind of proactive “circular economy”. the concept of joint cooperation “.

Filippo Boraso: “We appreciate the areas served”

“With the extension of the project also to Treviso and all the provinces in which Ascotrade is active – explains Filippo Boraso, CEO of Ascotrade – Hera Group is paying more and more attention to the improvement of the served territories, to the needs Expressed by the communities and in particular for the development of the new generations, these are valuable resources for schools, all the more so now that digitalisation has become a fundamental element of everyday life. ».


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