After the hectic weekend that was experienced in the Government House due to the departure of Martín Guzmán and the arrival of Silvina Batakis in the economic team, Alberto Fernandez will resume his political agenda.
President will tour a municipal solar park in Escobar, after this Monday he swore in the new Minister of Economy, in a protocol ceremony in which several members of the Cabinet participated, and to which Alberto Fernandez He arrived in his presidential helicopter.
During the inauguration of the new minister Alberto Fernandez He was also accompanied by Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero, the Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, and the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa.
After performing the ceremony, the Head of State entrusted the new minister to continue with the economic program that until now was developed by the outgoing, Martín Guzmán, and that seeks to contribute to the development and growth of the country.
Now, with the new economic team formed, the president will participate this noon in a public activity together with Environment Minister Juan Cabandié, to inaugurate the Escobar Municipal Solar Park located in the town of Loma Verde.
In addition, the interim mayor, Carlos Ramil, and the president of the National Entity for Control and Management of the Navigable Way, Ariel Sujarchuk, who said a few days ago: “Through this project we are making a great dream come true” .
And he added that thanks to this project it will be possible to “produce a large amount of renewable energy in a sustainable and ecological way to supply the party without polluting the environment.”
The municipal solar park is the first in Argentina
The project that will inaugurate today President construction began in June 2021, It consists of an area of 30,000 square meters and had an initial investment of 200 million pesos by the company Ingalfa.
The work will have 3,700 photovoltaic panels, which will serve to generate the same energy in the 150 buildings and municipal offices of Escobar, which brings the country closer to its transition to sustainable and renewable energies to reduce the effects of climate change.