Webinar – Photovoltaic market analysis in the MENA region

The PV industry is set to take great strides in the Middle East and North Africa, with Saudi Arabia just one of a wealth of opportunities. To discuss the market in detail, PV Insider is hosting a webinar to on 5 March 2013.

Recent announcements such as the K.A. CARE White Paper have demonstrated the potential for PV. However, analysts agree that there are now two key challenges facing the PV industry in MENA this year - educating the local officials and gathering project experience.


While the technology continues to enjoy growth in international markets, commentators have concluded that local governments and agencies need to be educated on the benefits of PV technology and its applications. In addition, there are a number of off-grid opportunities available in both the Middle East and North Africa, but as the market lacks homogeneity companies have struggled to identify the opportunities.

To contextualise and analyse the PV MENA industry, PV Insider has organised a free webinar, taking place on Tuesday 5th March at 08.00am GMT / 09.00 CET / 12.00 GST.

Vahid Fotuhi, President of ESIA and Daniel Zywietz of the Clean Energy Business Counci/Ambata Capital will join Matt Carr at PV Insider for the 60 minute session, which will feature industry polls and an extended question and answers session.

The webinar can be joined for free at by following the link below, and with limited spaces available it is advised that you sign-up early. Sign up here:

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/746646086

Contact information:

Matt Carr
PV Insider
matt@pv-insider.com


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