Powering Middle East Summit welcomes return of First Solar

eSE is very happy to welcome global solar solutions leader, First Solar, to our Jordan ‘Powering Middle East’ summit. First Solar will deliver a specialist presentation for participants imparting expertise from throughout their 15 years and 9 gigawatts (GW) of worldwide experience. First Solar believes that reliable and affordable solar energy can play a role in combating fuel price volatility by creating a diversified energy mix; in the Middle East it has built the region’s largest photovoltaic (PV) power plant – the 13 megawatt (MW) first phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai – and helped co-develop the 52.5MW Shams Ma’an project in Jordan.  FS Logo 2008-CYMK-1795C

An independent, pure-play renewable energy company, First Solar is truly vertically integrated, with competencies ranging from R&D to module recycling. With the industry’s largest R&D investment, First Solar has consistently improved efficiencies, achieving breakthroughs at an unprecedented pace, while also addressing specific customer needs with diversified services and solutions. The industry’s strongest balance sheet and a reputation for quality has translated into First Solar being the technology provider of choice for debt-financed projects around the world.

Ahmed S. Nada, First Solar’s VP for the Middle East, commented, “First Solar is pleased to be able to demonstrate how it combines innovation and technology to help sustainably address the region’s energy needs, at the Powering the Middle East Summit. We believe that sunlight is the region’s most abundant energy resource and we welcome the opportunity to showcase our experience in enabling our partners’ ambitions to harness clean, reliable and affordable solar electricity.”

Powering Middle East is an excellent platform to bring the long term benefits of solar power to the forefront of discussions and work with Middle Eastern energy ministers to create a sustainable economic plan for the future. We are pleased that First Solar will continue to be involved within our ‘Power’ series. For more information about First Solar, please visitwww.firstsolar.com.
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If your organisation is looking to produce renewable energy solutions in the Middle East and should be involved with our summit, register your details at www.ese-power.com/register for a call-back from our project manager.

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