On the last day of November, Peralta I-II welcomed the visit from the students and professors of this interesting degree program on Regional Sustainable Development at the University Centre of Tacuarembó. After a presentation on renewable energies, the group went on a tour guided by technical staff through the wind farm’s installations and the concrete tower production plant. The visitors came along with an energy expert, Reto Bertoni, coordinator of the Degree of Development in Montevideo. In its second year running, the Regional Sustainable Development Degree Program aims to train professionals on the promotion of development in social, economic, human and political and institutional areas.
The attendees spent the day out to learn about energy in Uruguay. After the stop at Perata I-II Wind Farm the group went on visiting the nearby Rincón del Bonete Mill Pond.