eSE is pleased to confirm that global leading SunEdison Inc. will be sending a speaker and delegation to the Powering Middle East Summit in Jordan. SunEdison is a major player in both PV and semiconductor technology markets and will offer their expertise in innovative solar energy solutions. Jordan has the highest averages of solar irradiance in the world with an estimated 330 days of sunshine a year; this makes the summit a strategic platform for solar power investment into the region. SunEdison has been in the region for five years and developed first hand expertise in overcoming investment barriers and working with Middle Eastern authorities.
Al Dahya is General Manager for SunEdison’s Turkey and Jordan operations and will be speaking at the summit. Al Dahya commented “I am very pleased to be taking part in the Powering Middle East Summit to communicate SunEdison’s expertise and experience in developing, building, financing and operating PV Power Plants for the utility, commercial and residential market segments. PV Solar has the potential to be an important part of the future energy mix in the Middle East Region. Many countries within the region can benefit from the peak-generation, distributed generation, and low cost attributes associated with PV Solar”.
SunEdison offer tailored technological solutions for the needs of private sector organisations, public administration and residential customers with the goal of transforming people’s lives through innovation. The company operates across more than 20 countries and has developed some of the world’s largest solar deployments including “Amanecer Solar CAP”, (100 MW), Chile, the largest photovoltaic plant in Latin America, Rovigo (70 MW), Italy and Karadzhalovo (60 MW), Bulgaria SunEdison currently manages more than 800 photovoltaic plants totaling 1.4GW in power generation.
The Powering Middle East Summit has become a hub for solar excellence and knowledge of which SunEdison is an integral part. eSE look forward to welcoming Al Dahya and his delegation to the Jordan Summit this September. Find out more about SunEdison and their global projects at: www.sunedisonemea.com
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