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For Albasolar, Portugal is a key market and represents about 30% of its global revenues. Albasolar opened a Portuguese subsidiary in 2009, based in Porto, in the north of Portugal. Since then, Albasolar has participated in the PV growth of the country supplying best in class equipment to Portuguese professional PV installers.
The Portuguese government has shown a strong support to solar energy. Tariffs have decreased, however, total capacity forecast to install has been increased in 11 MW for the smallest installation and in 30 MW for installations up to 250 KW.
The optimal performance of the plants is guaranteed with the solar panels of REC Solar, a Norwegian manufacturer, which controls all the value channel of the module to produce high efficiency solar panels.
NEW YORK, March 13, 2013 /CNW/ – EDP – Energias de Portugal, S.A., (NYSE Euronext Lisbon: EDP, OTCQX: EDPFY) one of the largest utilities in Iberian Peninsula, will present at Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipts Virtual Investor Conference, through Sonia Pimpao, IR Manager.
To date SolarMax is already involved in several Chilean projects to be finalized this year and in 2014. Chile has a stable legal framework, a high energy demand, especially in the North of the country, and is one of the areas of the world with the highest solar radiation. This makes the country one of the most interesting PV markets worldwide.