Segovia, Spain

FRV present during the graduation ceremony of the first student to be awarded a FRV ‘Young Talented Leaders’ Scholarship

06JUL
2019
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Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), was present during the graduation ceremony that IE University held last Saturday. This act marked the graduation of Guzman Noya, the first student to be awarded with FRV’s ‘Young Talented Leaders’ Scholarship.

Javier Huergo, CIO and Treasurer of ALJ Energy, attended as FRV representative to congratulate Guzmán who graduated in Business Administration and accompany him and his family in this special occasion, stressing FRV’s support to IE’s Foundation and the ‘Young Talented Leaders’ Scholarship program.

The scholarships are given as part of FRV’s commitment to developing communities in which it operates. To this end, Guzmán was awarded the scholarship due to FRV’s 65 MW dc La Jacinta Project in Uruguay, which was at the time the largest PV plant in Latin America. During the breakfast that was organized prior the graduation and the ceremony that followed, Javier had the chance to spend some time with Guzman and his closest relatives. It was an opportunity to transmit the most sincere congratulations from the whole FRV team and share with him the emotion and enthusiasm of this new phase of his life and this important milestone for us.


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