26 Jun '14, 6am

#Indian solar companies expanding business in the #MiddleEast to be evaluated in webinar

To discuss and evaluate the criteria that Indian companies need to fulfil in order to break into the market in the Middle East and position themselves as the right partner for upcoming solar projects, PV Insider are organising a complimentary webinar, ‘Exporting Indian solar expertise abroad'. The 60 minute webinar is taking place on Tuesday 1st July at 3pm India time/1.30pm United Arab Emirates time/11.30am Central European time.

Full article: http://www.altenergymag.com/news/2014/06/25/indian-solar-...

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