Punta Caucedo.-The Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (Idac), according to its policy to be a friendly institution with the environment and naturals resources, premieres its first charger device for electric and hybrid vehicle, installed in the parking area of the Norge Botello Aeronautical Complex.
The modern equipment was donated by Porshe Center in Santo Domingo a property of Jacinto Peynado Junior a dominican entrepreneur and was received by the General Director of Idac, Román E. Caamaño, who thanked the gesture, calling it an act of detachment and a contribution to preserve the environment.
“It is always pleasant to count with disinterested contributions of external collaborator, who from their certain positions contributed with their good actions in order the country follow the path of progress and modernity,and in this specific case, for Idac continue at the forefront of the new times”, pointed Caamaño.
The officer guaranteed that the mentioned devise will be used at it most to preserved and care the naturals resources, which is an essential part in Idac purposes: good practices and sustainable development.
In the mean time, Peynado remarked that the Enterprise he represent, had assumed a commitment of social work jointly with its commercial principles, that is planning to donate around 100 devices of that kin to equal numbers of institutions.
“We feel more than satisfied with this donation. Since last year we set out to provide the country with the larger numbers of chargers for electrical and hybrid vehicles being aware that with this action we contribute to the environment cleaning”, pointed out Peynado.
In the Norge Botello Aeronautical Complex, located in Las Americas International Airport surroundings, it works, Flying Rules Department,Aerial Navigation, Santo Domingo Control Center, The Superior Academy of Aeronautical Sciences (Asca), and Planning and Development, among others.
To the equipment delivery act attended, besides Idac General Director and Jacinto Peynado hijo,General subdirector Héctor Porcella and Human Resources Director, Ana Ysa Tejeda Valdezos.
In the act they were also : Pedro Piña, Director of Dpto of Fliyng Rules; Claudia Roa, Director of Aerial Navigation; Fernando Cruz, Supervising Director; Bernarda Franco, Legal Director; Priscilla Camarena, Director of Public Relations and Communications; Miguel Mejía,Director of Sustainable Development; Abel Taveras, Finantial Director and Gender Castro, Director de Serveillance and Operational Security.
After tape cutting to leave inaugurated the charger device, the Idac’s General Director and the others institutions officers accompanied the special guest for a tour in Asca premises to show them the radar surveillance simulators and fly simulator.