Amman, Jordan

Cigre Conference

24APR
25APR
2018
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[Conference to foster the developmendt of international electrical regulations]

Last April, Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), participated in a conference organized by Cigre. Cigre is an international association of the electrical sector that organizes conferences in several countries around the world to foster the development of international electrical regulations. Directly supported by NEPCO, Jordan’s electric company, the conference took place on the 24th and 25th of April in Amman, Jordan.

During the event, FRV was present as the only Platinum sponsor, and Nicolas Fasquelle FRV’s Managing Director for the Middle East and Africa, participated as a speaker in one of the panels. In addition, Nicolas also made a presentation on FRV and the different technology innovations in which the company is currently working on.

Even though the conference is for the whole electric industry, renewables had an important presence that is continuously increasing as a consequence of Jordan’s interest to promote the use of clean energy sources.


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Gianfranco Carassale

Lead Investment Officer, Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC)

The pioneer spirit is something that has always characterized Rafael and José’s team, from their decision to enter the solar energy business to their expansion to new markets with an aggressive strategy able to capture them.

Gianfranco Carassale

Lead Investment Officer, Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC)

Despite their size, they have been competing closely in bids with firms, which had different structures and abilities. This certainly shows their ability to be a strong market competitor. FRV has been a pioneer in market segments where no one had been before, and that has a lot of value.

Javier Esquivias

General Deputy Director, Elecnor

FRV has always been a pioneer. From the first time they came to us 10 years ago, they really made an impact with their vision and La Magascona, which was a project of a huge magnitude at that time.