PROINSO to attend PV EXPO 2015

The show will be staged from 25th to 27th February in Tokyo. In its own stand (#E47-15) at PV EXPO 2015, PROINSO will show in the Japanese market the PV products from leading brands it distributes around the world. PROINSO has had significant growth since launching its integrated product off.

The leading international supplier of PV solar products PROINSO will attend PV EXPO 2015 in Tokyo from February 25th to 27th. In its stand #E47-15, PROINSO will show the solutions and products from leading brands the multinational firm exports all over the world.


PROINSO has introduced its affiliated company product of Mecasolar structures to Japan. Mecasolar has significant experience in utility, bankable projects, with over 400MW delivered and there is demand for a quality, experienced and cost effective structure partner in Japan.

PROINSO bids on expanding presence in Japan, participating in an event held in a country that is expected to be one of the 3 leading markets in 2015 with a 4GW solar energy production target.

More than 80,000 visitors are expected to visit the expo that will show innovative technology solutions in the renewable energy industry.


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