NEXT WEEK: ABU DHABI WILL HOST MENASOL 2012

4th North Africa and Middle East Solar Conference and Expo released next 16 May

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MENASOL 2012, the 4th North Africa and Middle East Solar Conference and Exposition is taking place in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates). During two days, 16 and 17 May, one of the most important solar events in the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) will address a wide range of hot topics related to the field of renewable solar energy and technology.

Over 300 participants are expected to attend the meeting coming from Morocco, Spain, Saudi Arabia, India, China, USA, among others. Companies such as Abengoa, Torresol Energy, Masdar, Sunpower and Siemens among many others will be assisting and presenting the latest updates and projects.

MENASOL 2012 will be focused on issues such as regulatory framework, political stability and energy security, solar power costs competitiveness, exporting to Europe, strategies for success in MENA’s energy market and working in desert conditions among many others.

Alongside the different sessions various case study will be highlighted and the attendees will have the opportunity to take part in valuable workshops. All the participants can also visit some of the most important solar power plants in MENA region, Shams 1, located in Madinat Zayed, and the 10 MW Solar Photovoltaic Plant sited in Masdar City.

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More Information: Menasol 2012.

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