Finalists announced and voting open for INDIASOL Indian Solar Company Abroad Award

VIkram Solar, Navsemi Energy, Larsen & Toubro Renew Sys and Tata Power Solar have been announced as finalists of the CSP Today and PV Insider INDIASOL 2014 Awards, and voting is now open for the unique award of Indian Solar Company Abroad.

After an industry nomination process, the finalists have been announced for the Indian Solar Company Abroad 2014 Award at INDIASOL 2014. This is a special award that will recognise the pioneering efforts of an Indian solar company to expand their business into an international market. In doing so, this company will have also promoted the achievements and qualities that India can demonstrate in the solar domain.


Voting is now open for the award, as the industry is given the chance to select its winner. At the INDIASOL 2014 Awards ceremony (taking place October 8 at the Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences), the winner will receive the coveted prize in front of an audience of distinguished industry colleagues.
There will be eager anticipation to find out who will come out as this year's winners, and learn about what they have done to positively impact the reputation of the Indian solar industry.

For more information about the awards and to cast your vote please visit:

http://www.pv-insider.com/india/awards.php

Or contact Sarah Kingham on sarah@csptoday.com or 00442073757564

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