Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy Created

The Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy is inviting domestic and foreign companies in the sector to join this new union.

Friday, March 18, 2016

From a statement issued by the Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy:

Panama March 16, 2016. A group of leading entrepreneurs in the clean and renewable energy sector have announced the creation of the Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy (Solar Chamber) with the purpose of promoting solar energy in the country.

The Solar Chamber is presided over by Juan Carlos Navarro, CEO and Director of the company NSOLAR, S.A., leading a team of distinguished Panamanian entrepreneurs who make up the Board of Directors: Juan Carlos Navarro, from NSOLAR, president, Rafael Linares from Panasonic, vice president, Marcel Patiño, from Solar Power, secretary, Arlinda Murillo, from OTEPI, treasurer, Noris Vega from ESCO-Zago, treasurer, Maria Lekas, from, Omnicrom Panama Corp, spokesperson, Hilef Khafif from REFEEL Panama, spokesperson, Rina Melendez from Greenwood Energy , spokesperosn and Nanik Singh from Pro Green Track, spokesperson.



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