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Solar PV Trade Mission Mexico 2014

The perfect way to discover, evaluate and enter the emerging Mexican solar PV market

Following upon the success of this event in February 2013, Solarplaza will again offer the opportunity for international business developers to meet the local and international key stakeholders, establish life-long business relations for gaining deep insights and setting up business in the Mexican PV market. Join us from 3 to 7 March and get your Mexican endeavour kickstarted!

Day 1:

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Kick-off networking drink

Introduction to doing business, solar PV and project development in Mexico

Day 2:

Morning: Combined meeting with government, energy utility and energy regulator

Afternoon: Meeting with local based developer or EPC and plant visit

Evening: Mexican Night

Day 3:

Morning: Workshop: Financing solar energy projects in Mexico

Afternoon: Free networking afternoon

Evening: Extended networking dinner

Day 4: Conference day
Full day conference with large audience of local players and national and international topspeakers.

Session I: Birds’-Eye View on Mexico’s Solar Energy Market
Session II: Business Opportunities: Realizing Short-Term Potential
Session III: Financing and Investment
Session IV: The Future of Solar PV in Mexico

Conference program: www.pvtrademissionmexico.com/conference-program

Day 5:

Morning: Recapping and concluding SWOT analysis

Afternoon: Closing lunch + optional visit of the Teotihuacan pyramids

 

Date: 3-7 March 2014

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Contact person: Tom van Dorp. Tel: +31 10 280 9198.

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.pvtrademissionmexico.com 

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