The size and variety of the projects we develop have drew the attention of some of the competent authorities of the different administrations, who visited our facilities on Friday the 5th. Both the president of the Andalusian Parliament Marta Bosquet, the national deputies José Manuel Villegas and Diego Clemente, as well as the coordinator of the Andalusian Institute for Women in Almería, María José Navarro, were present in the offices we share with GRS OyM, located in the Technological Park of Almería (PITA). Together with Antonio Pérez Lao, vice-president, and Trinidad Cabeo, general director of PITA, they valued our activity very positively and made special emphasis on our self-consumption projects for individuals, medium and large companies.
In this way, one of the topics explained by our General Manager, Francisco Javier Fernández del Pino, was the internationalization and the high level that we have implemented in our projects, increasingly focused on a global market. Positioning ourselves as one of the main companies in the Andalusian territory, allows us to firmly advance in our objetctive of being the reference for self-consumption throughout the country. During the course of the visit, they also accessed the Commissioning department within the facilities to attend the demonstration that our colleagues carried out on the different types of drones that we use for thermography, topograhy and visualization of the photovoltaic plants.
Another of the hot spots were the control programs of the photovoltaic plants that are used from Operation and Maintenance to manage their performance. Jesús Aguilar, head of GRS O&M, explained in detail how they work and emphasize that, thanks to our more than 10 years of experience maintaining and managing the plants with maximum efficiency, we have been able to develop our own maintenance software. This visit means a lot to us, because it is not only a matter of praising what we are creating in the present, but also about showing what we can do in the near future for the self-consumption of energy in spanish society.