Central American Congress on Solar Energy

From 25 to March 27 companies and industry experts will be meeting in Panama to discuss issues such as financing, government policies and technology.

Monday, March 9, 2015

The conference called Central America Solar Power Generation (SPG Central America) will be held at the Intercontinental Playa Bonita Resort & Spa. It will include the participation of 20 local generating companies, utilities companies, distributors and government representatives from the countries of the region are expected.

The event topics focus on the needs and problems in the solar power generation industry. "... The conference will provide networking opportunities at the senior level to establish bilateral agreements between local and international organizations."

Among the guest speakers are Margarita Paredes, representative of Inter-American Investment Corporation, Alberto Imberton from Enel GreenPower, Camilo Patrignani from Greenwood Energy and Carlos Mouynes a representative of Global Bank.

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