Phoenix Solar LLC Speaker brings local Solar Expertise to Middle East Summit 

Solar Power opportunities in the Middle East continue to offer international investors exciting business propositions.  Large energy producers are now setting up base within the region, to capitalize on the lucrative investment opportunities. Our latest Powering Middle East Summit welcome post introduces a global player, which through its subsidiaries in Oman, is already developing some of the largest solar installations in the region.

Phoenix Solar PNG

Phoenix Solar AG, which is made up of several affiliate companies, trades across core photovoltaic markets worldwide.  Since its formation, Phoenix Solar has installation and trading experience over one gigawatt worth of solar modules, whilst constantly striving to set global standards in generating renewable energy for future generations. As solar power markets continue to offer the most secure source of energy for the future, Phoenix Solar are well established within this market as a proven specialist wholesaler of turn-key PV plants and systems, solar modules, inverters and other key components to ensure efficiency production.

Phoenix Solar started a joint venture with SilverCircle L.L.C in 2009 and founded the Oman-based subsidy Phoenix Solar LLC (PSOM), now responsible for business within the MENA region. PSOM is fully independent and offers high performance turn-key services including design, engineering, supply, installation and the commissioning of ground-based or rooftop photovoltaic power plants. MENA projects by Phoenix Solar include the 5.8MW PV power plants built on the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center in Ryadh, and the 1MW Plant at the Ma’an Development Area – the largest solar project in Jordan!

Phoenix Solar panel

The Powering Middle East Summit looks forward to welcoming Phoenix Solar LLC to the Jordan summit. PSOM will bring local expertise and will be bringing a contributing a speaker to the summit to help answer delegate concerns about potential barriers to solar projects within Jordan and beyond. To find out more about the Phoenix Solar visit: http://www.phoenixsolar-group.com/business/om/en.html.

Is your organisation trading in the Middle East renewable energy industry? Registration for the September Powering Middle East Summit is closing at the end of August. Register your details with the contact form below or visit: www.ese-power.com/register

 

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