PROINSO Launches EPM Partnership Program in South East Asia on the back of supplying 5MW in Manila

PROINSO has recently supplied 5 MW for a project in MANILA which included SMA Tripower inverters. The company will be taking part in the event that will be held from February 27th to March 1st organized by the British Embassy in Manila.

PROINSO supplied 5 MW in PV solar products for an installation located in the Philippines which included SMA Tripower inverters. The supplied facility starts PROINSO sales in this market. This is further evidence of PROINSO's increasing mandate in the ground mount and roof-top market in South East Asia.


As part of the ongoing program to strengthen the presence in South East Asia, PROINSO will be attending the Cities of the future show in the Great British Festival in Manila (booth #42). The event, which will be held from February 27th to March the 1st, is organized by the British Embassy in Manila.


Proinso recently launched as well a new Engineering, Procurement and Management service program across the area. The Program supported by the Asia Pacific Program Management Office located in Brisbane, Australia, offers Technical support, Project Management services and system monitoring and asset management services ensuring consistency of service across the region. Under the program PROINSO has already completed roof-top and ground mount projects through-out the region. PROINSO has completed ground mount and roof-top projects in Philippines, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to date.

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