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alcazar

A Moorish or Spanish fortress or castle.
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Daniel Lancha, Head of Delivery & Operations at Alcazar Energy further stated: "Over 2,000 direct and indirect jobs have been created during construction across the four projects, with our three remaining projects currently underway, targeting commercial operation by end of February."
Alcazar Energy's head of delivery and operations revealed that more than 2,000 direct and indirect jobs are expected as the company builds the four solar projects.
Alcazar said: "Navantia is proud to be the first company to sign a binding joint venture with SAMI.
Alcazar Energy's Delivery & Operations team will further oversee and manage post-completion operation and maintenance (O&M) works of the wind farm via the appointed O&M contractors Elecnor/Siemens Gamesa who will work in collaboration to identify opportunities for local community involvement throughout the lifecycle of the project over the next 20 years.
I am confident that our unique operational expertise and our successful investment track record will allow us to continue creating value for our investors and shareholders," said Charbel Abou-Jaoude, CEO of Alcazar Capital.
After the tour of the Alcazar the next day, it was on to another Thrones location - the hill town of Osuna.
Their common provenance notwithstanding, the experiences of the Alhambra (Al-Hamra, "the red one") and the Alcazar (Al-Qasr, "the palace") are very different.
IFC has invested $25m in Alcazar Energy to help develop and operate renewable energy projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, focusing on solar and wind power plants.
Alcazar of Seville, a 9th century fortified Moorish castle (the oldest Royal residence in europe), will be the Martells' home, the Water Gardens of Dorne.