Tracking CSP data on projects and markets in 2012

CSP Today have announced a complimentary webinar in association with the CSP Today Global Tracker: A journey through Global CSP: Tracking data on projects and markets in 2012


This webinar will take place on Wednesday 24 October at 8.00AM (PST) / 4.00PM (UK)

As the latest in a series of interactive webinars run by CSP Today, this hour-long session will give participants the opportunity to explore a wealth of fully verified data on CSP markets and projects around the globe.

With Belen Gallego, founder of CSP Today, Pancho Ndebele president of STELA World and former President of SASTELA, Riian Meyer, Research Engineer, Centre for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Studies South Africa and CSP Today Analyst, Jennifer Muirhead, attendees will have the opportunity to dictate the data analysis that will take place during the session with:

Exclusive access to the latest data on CSP plants around the world including status, technology, companies involved and much more
In depth focus on South African plants with a full breakdown of technical information from several projects
Full and complete information on the regulatory, incentive and market outlook for CSP in South Africa for the coming years
Lessons learned directly from major CSP players to design a plan to success in emerging markets such as South Africa

As the webinar is online, attendees don't need to leave the office to participate. Webinar participants will take part in industry polls, a live Q&A and get a preview of the full range of data available with the CSP Today Global Tracker – a new online resource of plants, markets and CSP specific analysis.

Reserve your complimentary place by following the link below – spaces are limited.

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/225168830

For more information about this complimentary webinar, please contact:
Bea Gonzlez
CSP Today
bea@csptoday.com

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