Antaisolar at the Myanenergy 2016

Myanenergy 2016 is set to stimulate the energy sector in Myanmar by bring together over 150 international brands, and a technical seminar was held on 5th Nov.

Antaisolar, with ten years focus on solar mounting systems, made its debut at the Myanenergy 2016 in Myanmar. As the only one solar mounting systems provider to participate, the Antaisolar team received many attentions.


The exhibition took place at the Mida Ground Yangon on 3rd-5th November. Featuring over 200 exhibiting companies and over 4000sqm of exhibition space, this event in Myanmar was expected to attract the latest products and technologies in the electricity and power generation industry. Antaisolar showcased the products to meet the market needs and shared the product know how during the time.

The CG ground mounting system, which has the best cost-performance ratio and aluminum strcture , suitable for mini-grid PV, had received many queries at the event by clients and partners.

Visitors to the Antaisolar booth were also interested in railless metal sheet mounting system , its simple , cost-effective and easy mounting features made it standout among the roof mounts.

Myanenergy 2016 is set to stimulate the energy sector in Myanmar by bring together over 150 international brands, and a technical seminar was held on 5th Nov. to share the industry insights with all the attendees. Antaisolar's sales manager Jin Huang also delivered a speech about the solar mounting system know how at the seminar, which is beneficial to the audience.

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