Power Electronics continues expansion in Central America and the Caribbean
Power Electronics has subsidiaries throughout Latin America, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
They provide technical Service in countries where equipment has been installed such as Panama and Ecuador.
Valencia (8-03-16).- This year Power Electronics will step up its expansion in Central America and the Caribbean, within its commitment to the solar sector and the Latin American market. Last year the company entered the Panamanian market by providing inverters for the first stage of 9 MW connected to the country.
The Spanish company will contribute to the implementation of a new photovoltaic power plant in Barbados and during the next months expects to finish several projects in El Salvador and Honduras.
For the success of these projects the company plans to deliver outdoor and skid inverters with plug & play capabilities.
Power Electronics manufactures inverters suitable for any type of PV system regardless of temperature ranges, harsh climatic conditions such as deserts, high–altitude facilities located at more of 3000 meters, high humidity and/or saline environments. These factors ensures reliable energy that makes the most of an investment. The company includes equipment start up and has one of the best after-sales service in the market: Power on Support.
The Spanish company with headquarters in Valencia has subsidiaries in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile. Whenever equipment is installed where subsidiaries are not located, technical service is provided, such as in Panama and Ecuador.
Power Electronics joined the Recam Week of Panama, a very important meeting for the sector that was completed successfully. During the event, the company was able to establish business relationships and show customers the experience of Power in Central America, as well as the advantages of their products in relation to competitors.
As a result, business relationships with Project developers, EPCS investment funds, banks, government agencies and other suppliers were established.
Furthermore a presentation entitled:”Understanding the latest solar innovation and trends to maximize your opportunities in Central America” was presented. The presentation was focused towards investors interested in Central America and explained the profitability and reliability of its installations.
RECAM Week Congress is a must for key individuals in the renewable energy industry of Central America, Colombia and the Caribbean. This exclusive event provides answers on renewable energy sollutions and helps find funding for projects. It is also a great opportunity to find out about different regional policies in order to optimize operations and maximize return on investments.