The 2013 World Future Energy Summit
WFES is an exciting platform to demonstrate First Solar’s capabilities and build lasting relationships in a region that is rapidly embracing the full potential of clean energy. At the forefront of innovation in solar energy First Solar’s industry-leading thin film technology is ideally suited to the hot climate of the Middle East. WFES attendees will see the company’s strengths across the PV value chain, from financing and project development to construction and maintenance. Reinforcing its commitment to the Middle East region, First Solar is opening offices in both the UAE and Saudi Arabia, two critical markets for the adoption of solar power.
The Middle East region needs utility-scale solar solutions to achieve the objectives set for renewable energy generation. Being a high level partner of WFES helps to showcase First Solar’s expertise to develop, manage and integrate cost effective PV energy solutions for a broad range of customers in the Middle East and beyond.
First Solar’s booth is located in Hall 7, Booth 7330 at WFES. In addition to daily booth presentations, there are three presenters involved with the Technology Exchange Presentation and First Solar CTO Raffi Garabedian will be speaking on solar energy technologies. Click here for a full list of First Solar’s WFES activities.
- Solar on Breweries Across the U.S
- How Green Windows Provide Energy Efficiency
- Solar + Cloud Computing: Google’s Project Loon
- Wood as a Green Material
- In Focus: Green Engineering Advancements
- The Electric Vehicle Market in 10 Years
- Panasonic: 100M Li-Ion Tesla Batteries Ship This Month
- In Focus: India’s Energy Ties with Iran
- New Renewable Energy Projects Approved by Obama Adminstration
- The Solar Robots are Coming!
- Florida Has Spoken: More Renewable Energy!
- Bloomberg Announces Insane NYC Climate Plan
- SunRun Wants Utilities to Innovate Rooftop Solar
- UW Professor Designs Solar Cells that Store Energy
- Buffet Bets Against Nuclear
- Squirrels: Solar’s Biggest Threat?
- Facebook’s Hydroelectric Data Center Opens in Sweden
- Renewable Energy Funding in South Africa