Renewable energy, research and industry are the three pillars around which turn Fuerteventura Technology Park, which will be operational in twelve months and whose work yesterday visited the regional president Paulino Rivero.
In fact, the president oversaw two works canary overall park project: bioclimatic building and urbanization, whose investment amounts to 23 million euros from EU funds, state and regional investment in research and science. For President Mario Cabrera, the project has “a quantitative importance, the end of the day we are talking about the first Parque Tecnológico de Canarias, and qualitative”, to which he added is “a historic opportunity to Fuerteventura and a role model for elsewhere
The bioclimatic building works which are intended to house research and development companies, laboratories and administrative offices, advance upon completion of bioclimatic building structure.