Solarpraxis' expanded investment workshop series includes PV growth markets of France, Turkey and Latin America; complimentary investment guides will be available
Berlin, 16/05/2013. In advance of the Investment Workshop series "PV in ….", Solarpraxis AG, in cooperation with Eclareon and law firm Dominguez, Ossa, Lon (DOLM), has published the new investment guide "Photovoltaics in Chile". The publication provides country-specific information on legal and political frameworks, permitting procedures, site acquisition and project finance, as well as purchasing and disposing of rights of ownership for project or fully completed parks. It also offers practical advice on business development in Chile. Further investment guides for France and Mexico will be presented at the associated Investment Workshops on June 6 and 7, 2013, in Berlin, Germany.
At the half-day events, key industry experts will provide comprehensive information on the PV growth markets of France, Turkey and Latin America. They will also be available for questions. Targeted participants for the English speaking workshops are primarily financiers, project developers, and manufacturers from the PV industry.
Among the experts attending the workshops is Céline Kittel of the German-French Office of Coordination Renewable Energy and Xavier Daval, CEO of kiloWattsol. In addition to providing information on entering the French PV market, Daval will discuss market prospects and look at the future of solar funding in the country. Nicolas Pagès, CEO of juwi EnR Solar will also present case studies on the French PV market. Meanwhile, Matthias Kittler of Apricum, among others, will provide information on the legal parameters relating to the different market sectors in Turkey's PV market, and Deniz Selkan Polatkan of Fotoelektron will share his experiences of the Turkish solar sector. Eduardo Terada Kosmiskas, Departmental Manager Energy of the Brazilian Embassy in Berlin will hold the opening speech at the investment workshop for Latin America and Javier Menchén from law firm Ramón y Cajal will discuss project financing in various Latin American countries. Workshop topics will also deal with local content requirements and interaction with local partners.
Berlin-based knowledge service provider Solarpraxis AG successfully launched the new format of investment workshops and associated investment guides last autumn – Poland was the first PV market focused on – in order to inform industry experts about business development opportunities in the new PV growth markets.
The investment guide "Photovoltaics in Chile" is available to download for free at: http://www.solarpraxis.de/konferenzen/investitionsfuehrer-pv-in