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Jesús Matilla, new president of the Canary Islands Association of Renewable Energies (ACER)

The Canarian Association of Renewable Energies (ACER) has appointed Jesús Matilla new president of the entity during an event organized a few days ago in Santa Cruz de Tenerife to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the association. Matilla replaces Enrique Rodríguez de Azero, who will hold the honorary presidency.

Matilla is an engineer, partner of the consulting firm Geosfera, vice dean of the Official College of Industrial Engineers of Santa Cruz De Tenerife and president of the Association of Industrial Engineers of Santa Cruz De Tenerife.

The members of the Board of Directors who will accompany Matilla during his mandate are: Manuel Campos, director of Navcan Renewable Energies; Sergio Auffray, delegate of Naturgy Renovables in the Canary Islands; Miguel Serrano, territorial manager in the Canary Islands of Iberdrola Renovables and Fernando Castellano, project manager at Tinojai Renovables.

An important moment of the ceremony was the distinction and recognition of different people for their commitment to the development of renewable energy in the Canary Islands.

On the one hand, Roland Schuman was distinguished for being a pioneer in renewables, founder and member of the board of directors of ACER, as well as a member of the CEOE Tenerife confederation. He also received the Joaquín García Vega distinction, former head of the fuel and renewable energy service of the Canary Islands government, being a great promoter of clean energy on the islands; as well as Victor García, a Canarian renewable promoter who has been present in the sector from the beginning and has managed to carry out several projects in both wind and photovoltaic. Its renewable plants are known for their integration into the landscape, incorporating olive trees and vineyards.

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