Last call for interested parties to expand their solar business in Mexico

The Solar Finance Tour (9-13 March 2015) is the all-inclusive 5-day trade mission for international business developers and investors eager to expand their solar business into Latin America´s most attractive solar market.

Thanks to the end of a 75-year long monopoly, Mexico presently has a solar pipeline of 2,170 MWp power to be installed by 2020 and is predicted to become Latin America’s largest solar market by 2016. In a recent interview conducted by Solarplaza, the world’s leading solar analyst Vishal Shah (MD at Deutsche Bank and Speaker at the Solar Finance Tour) Vishal Shah shares that grid parity has already been reached by most customers. He announces, “The Mexican market is going to be very active for developers in 2015, and in 2016 Mexico will break the 1 GW barrier, so I would not be surprised if the market reaches 3 to 4 GW by 2020 the way the market is headed”.

In this 5th annual edition of Solarplaza’s Latin American Trade Missions, you will gain the invaluable opportunity to meet all the relevant Mexican stakeholders at once in the same location.

Attending the Trade Mission will give you access to exclusive face-to-face meetings with Governmental representatives (from SENER, Ministry of Energy;  CENACE, National Energy Control Center; CRE, Electricity Regulator), banks (Deutsche bank; Banco Santander; Bancomext, Inter-American Development Bank), investors (DEG, German Investment Corporation; KGAL asset management, Macquarie Investments), legal experts (AMDE, Mexican Association for Energy Lawyers, Baker & McKenzie), industry leaders (Jinko Solar, Fronius, IBC) and many other.

Join before the end of this week to make sure you lock in the opportunity to meet Vishal Shah and many of the other global solar experts face-to-face by securing your seat at the exclusive Sponsors&Speakers Networking Dinner (11 March 2015).

FuturEnergy readers obtain a 5% discount on the Trade Mission ticket by using the promo code FUTENE5P2015LATAM.

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