IPTO sponsors culture at the National Gallery

IPTO recognizes its national role and assists long-term projects that benefit society.

The Independent Power Transmission Operator actively supports the field of Culture with its sponsorship in the catalogue of the exhibition "1821 in Painting", which marks the reopening of the National Gallery-Alexandros Soutsos Museum, on the occasion of the bicentennial of the Greek struggle for independence, in 1821.

As an agent of credibility and modernization of the country, through the development of energy infrastructure, IPTO recognizes its national role and facilitates long-term projects that benefit society, with the aid of its Corporate Social Responsibility programme, which implements consistently.

Mr. Manos Manousakis, President & CEO of IPTO, stated in this regard: "It is with great pleasure that we accepted the invitation of the National Gallery and its Director, Mrs. Marina Lambraki-Plaka, to be sponsors of the exhibition catalogue. We are confident of its success and imprint on the memorable conjuncture that we are experiencing, through the awakening of the historic memory that we so much need today".

Mrs. Marina Lambraki-Plaka, Director of the National Gallery, said: "We are delighted to inaugurate the new, brilliant building of the National Gallery-Alexandros Soutsos Museum with an anniversary exhibition about the historic bicentary of the Greek Revolution. We owe warm thanks to Mr. Manos Manousakis, President and CEO of IPTO, whose generous sponsorship allowed us to accompany the exhibition of '21 with a catalogue worthy of this great event".