SENER obtains the selection certificate from the prestigious European Business Awards15/06/2011 (Spain)
- SENER’s General Manager, Jorge Unda, was the person in charge to receive this recognition from Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards and Luis Miguel Vilatela, Managing Director of HSBC Bank in Spain.
- SENER competes in these awards thanks to its innovative project Gemasolar, the first commercial plant to use a molten salts central tower receiver.
The presentation ceremony of the European Business Awards’ certificates took place on Tuesday June 14 at 20.00h, an event held at the Casino of Madrid to put together the 25 companies selected by the European Business Awards as ‘Country Representatives’ of Spain in its 2011 edition.
SENER’s General Manager, Jorge Unda, was the person in charge to represent the Engineering and Technology Company in this event. Once he received the certificate, Jorge Unda stated: “Our pre-selection in these important international awards is a new recognition to the innovative effort that has distinguished SENER since its beginnings. The constant search for innovative solutions has brought us to participate in such different markets like marine, aerospace, civil engineering and in the energy field, where the technological development of Gemasolar, the world pioneer plant that sets a turning point in the renewable energies, is framed.”
SENER will fight in the European Business awards for obtaining Ruban d’Honneur’s prize in the next round of the competition, where 10 finalists will be chosen in each category, all of them recognised with the aforementioned prize. From all the companies having obtained the Ruban d’Honneur only one will finally get the award. Final category Award winners will be unveiled in Barcelona on November 22nd, 2011.
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