CERMI recruits young people to provide services in photovoltaic systems

Praia, Feb 27 (Inforpress) – The Center for Renewable Energy and Industrial Maintenance, through the Incubator of Technology-Based Companies (CERMI Spin-off), intends to recruit 30 young people to provide operation and maintenance services in photovoltaic systems.

The contest, according to CERMI’s official website, is aimed at young people from all over Cape Verde who work in the areas of renewable energies, energy efficiency and industrial maintenance and was reserved for the incubation program of 14 companies in the incubator CERMI Spin-Off.

The recruitment, stresses the note, is due to funding of US$16.5 million made by the World Bank to be implemented by the Special Projects Management Unit (UGPE) and as main requirements, in addition to professional training in the aforementioned areas, capacity organization skills, teamwork, initiative and creativity.

The program aims at creating companies and providing operation and maintenance services for photovoltaic systems to be installed in 41 public health buildings nationwide, through a two-year service provision contract with CERMI.



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