Clean Energy Council gets behind GulfSol

GulfSol 2013

The 1st dedicated exhibition for the PV and solar industries of the MENA region 3–5 September 2013

With 14 months still to go to GulfSol 2013 – the first fully dedicated solar and PV exhibition to be held for the MENA region –momentum continues to grow rapidly.

Following the support of key regional associations ESIA and SASIA, the organisers of the exhibition are now pleased to report that the Clean Energy Business Council has thrown its full support behind what is becoming the industry’s most anticipated solar event next year.

The CEBC is a non-profit, non-governmental association established in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, which provides a unique all-inclusive platform bringing together leading local and international organisations participating in the clean energy sector in the Middle East and North Africa.

“Our mission is to drive the development of appropriate and much needed regulation and policy to support the growth of this vital sector” says the Council, “ and as the only clean energy industry group to cover the MENA region, we see a great opportunity for a partnership with GulfSol 2013” they added.

Such key industrial support is a clear indicator of how GulfSol 2013 will provide the most important platform for companies wishing to penetrate this rapidly growing and expanding region.

“Our intention is provide high quality, decision-making visitor profile to the event” says Nick Thomson, Exhibition Manager, “and the continued support of such important associations is a clear step in delivering this requirement” he adds. “I am delighted the CEBC has partnered with us for 2013, as it once again reinforces the opinion that the MENA region is the most exciting solar market currently being developed” he added.

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