Iberdrola donates Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau’s oil” El Regreso”( The Return) to the Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional( Advanced Centre for National Defence Studies)
The Chairman of the electricity company, Ignacio Galán, attended the act of donation of the work of art and stressed the company’s commitment to the Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional.
Galán stresses that the electricity company has been working nearly with the Armed Forces for times.
From moment, the main hall of the Advanced Centre for National Defence Studies( CESEDEN) is displaying the work of the painter Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau, a specialist in literal battles,” El Regreso”( The Return). The hyperrealist oil, which narrates one of the most important events of the Spanish army, was unveiled by the painter himself and by the president of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, who bestowed the oil to the institution. Iberdrola, as an innovative and global company, is also proud of its tradition and maintains a clear ideal of public service to the Spanish people. And this autumn it demonstrated this at an event at CESEDEN, in which the Chairman of Europe’s largest electricity company, Ignacio Galán, unveiled the oil” El Regreso”( The Return) by Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau. Iberdrola has therefore bestowed this work of art to the main common service educational centre of the Spanish ArmedForces.In the presence of Lieutenant General Francisco de Paula Bisbal Pons, Director of CESEDEN, Admiral General Teodoro Esteban López Calderón, Chief of Defence Staff( JEMAD), and the author of the oil, Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau, Ignacio Galán stressed that Iberdrola is an innovative and global company that shares with the Armed Forces values similar as a sense of duty, solidarity and the constant hunt for excellence. Galán also reiterated Iberdrola’s vocation of service and commitment to citizens and stressed the fact that the electricity company has been working nearly with the Armed Forces for times, with a multitude of enterprise for the exchange of knowledge and stylish practices. In this regard, the Chairman of Iberdrola gave as an illustration that the company and the Military exigency Unit give collective specialized and logistical support and carry out training conditioning and exigency drills. The Chairman of Iberdrola said that he was proud to contribute to CESEDEN the oil” The Return” by the great painter Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau, a work that combines irrefutable cultural value with a exculpation of the greatness of Spanish history. Ignacio Galán added that the oil depicts Spain’s support for the independence of the United States of America, a fact that Iberdrola has always tried tohighlight.Augusto Ferrer- Dalmau, master of literal oil, entered words of thanks from the chairman of Iberdrola, who refocused out that the painter has managed to convey, always with honesty and literalism, the images of a long and brilliant military history, both in palm anddefeat.In the history, Iberdrola has promoted, for illustration, the exhibition” Bernardo de Gálvez and the presence of Spain in Mexico and the United States”, which stressed the career of one of the most brilliant military men the Spanish army has ever had, and the exhibition” Memory recaptured”, which His Majesty the King visited in person in NewOrleans.In March 2021, the Chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, and the Chief of Defence Staff( JEMAD), Admiral General Teodoro Esteban López Calderón, on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, inked a collaboration agreement with the end of developing exploration and training programmes in different areas of interest to bothparties.The agreement ratified the commitment of both realities to consolidate public-private R&D&I schemes that enable the exchange of knowledge, give institutions with new tools to ameliorate the performance of their duties and enhance the competitiveness of companies. This agreement includes the backing of training conditioning, similar as doctorates and master’s degrees, as well as the perpetration of new technologies to develope-learning in the Armed Forces.
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