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The CEO and the Director of development at SolarReserve will be participating in MENASOL 2014 (6-7 May, Dubai) after identifying the MENA region as a key growth market for concentrated solar power.
London, UK (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Crescent Dunes, Solar Reserves 110MW solar tower power plant in the USA with an integrated molten salt storage capacity of ten hours, is the largest CSP tower in the world. With this huge international experience, SolarReserve are setting up base in the Middle East to get their share in the lucrative markets.
Kevin Smith, SolarReserves CEO will present a case study with real performance data on the 110MW power plant at MENASOL this May. Mr Smith recently stated to CSP Today that SolarReserve is committed to furthering support of its strong partnerships in MENA through the establishment of a regional hub that begins with an on-the-ground presence in Dubai.
Kevin will be joined by Philip Hale, Director of Development, who will lead SolarReserves development activities for the MENA region. Philip has also said to CSP Today that he looks forward to helping SolarReserve bring reliable 24/7 renewable energy solutions to a high potential market in MENA that is worth trillions of dollars.
This trend of setting up of regional hubs in the Middle East has also recently been seen by other international CSP developers such as Abengoa and GDF Suez , who will be speaking about creating local partnerships in the MENA markets at MENASOL.
To find out more about the opportunities to meet them the international developers SolarReserve, Abengoa, GDF Suez and many more at the conference this May, click here:
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