Segovia, Spain

FRV attends IE’s 2018-2019 opening ceremony

10SEP
2018
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[Academic Ceremony]

Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) attended IE’s Opening Ceremony of  the new academic year 2017-2018.

Once more, FRV wanted to be part of this event to meet Tala Samer, the latest student awarded with one FRV ‘Young Talented Leaders’ Scholarship. Daniel Sagi-Vela, CEO of FRV attended as representative to congratulate and welcome Tala together with IE’s authorities including Rafael Benjumea, Chairman of IE University Foundation Advisory Board; Salvador Carmona, Rector of IE University and Geoffroy Gérard; Managing Director of IE’s Foundation.

This is the second consecutive year that FRV attends this act, stressing once more its commitment with IE’s foundation and its ‘Young Talented Leaders’ scholarship program. The scholarships are given as part of FRV’s commitment to developing communities in which it operates, being this one related to FRV’s 66.69 MW dc Safawi Project in Jordan. During the morning ceremony and the cocktail that followed afterwards, Daniel had the chance to meet Tala and her family as well as gather with some students awarded with an FRV scholarship in previous years.

This is the fourth scholarship that FRV gives in collaboration with IE, and the third that the company awards for a project in Jordan, being this a key market for the business and a country where FRV has a strong social commitment.

 


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