The Solar Show Philippines 2017

The Solar Show Philippines 2017

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Manila, Philippines

Business Details

Start Date
24 May 2017
End Date
25 May 2017
Renewable Energy
International / National
Ticket Cost


Ⅰ. Introduction:

The Solar Show Philippines is the largest energy event in the Philippines bringing together over 5000 senior executives from leading utilities, IPPs, investors, developers, government, and other industry stakeholders to discuss development, investment and partnership opportunities in the Philippines’ solar sector.

Ⅱ. Who Will Attend:

● Power producers & utilities
● Large energy users
● EPCs, project developers, installers
● Solar technology & equipment
● Project financiers, legal & advisory

Ⅲ. Highlights:

◆ 5000+ attendees
◆ 150+ exhibitors
◆ 100+ speakers

Ⅳ. Press Release:

As the costs of solar panel production continues to fall it becomes ever more apparent that solar is the ideal fuel source for the Philippines, a country with the region’s highest energy prices, but one also bathed in year round sunshine and spread across many islands, unsuited to centralised power production.

Recognising this, multiple solar players are now pouring into the country in order to stake their claim. The Solar Show Philippines 2017 is thus a timely and valuable resource for anyone with an interest in exploiting the enormous opportunities in this dynamic market.

The show offers unequalled access to policy makers, regulators and industry heavy weights amongst the 5000+ attendees who will be visiting the two day conference and exhibition. As the Philippines’ largest energy show, The Solar Show Philippines is an unmissable fixture for anyone interested in seeking new and profitable business opportunities. As the largest energy show now taking place in the Philippines, this show offers unequalled opportunities to forge business relationships and access new potential partners. There is simply no better place in which to connect with the industry.

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