New Panamanian Chamber of solar energy aims to boost the renewable sector

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Promote the use of solar energy, promote awareness of its benefits and bring technology and investment to Panama are the main objectives of the newly established Solar Energy Panamanian Chamber, the organization said Tuesday.

Promote the use of solar energy, promote awareness of its benefits and bring technology and investment to Panama are the main objectives of the newly established Solar Energy Panamanian Chamber, the organization said Tuesday.

The new organization, led by a group of entrepreneurs, seeks to bring together domestic and foreign companies involved in the sector of clean and renewable energy in the country.

In addition to promoting the use of photovoltaics, Solar House also seek professional and quality set for the solar industry standards, bringing technology and investment to Panama and provide solar power systems available to residential customers and businesses.

The association aims to help combat climate change, serving as a discussion forum for its members, to promote dialogue with the authorities in the energy sector, promote the principles of free enterprise, competition and transparency, in collaboration with the private sector.

The Board of Directors of the organization was created last February 2, 2016 and its first election was on March 9 at meetings held at the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama (CCIAP), said the source.

The new entity, which is chaired by the CEO and CEO of the company NSOLAR, Juan Carlos Navarro, former presidential candidate of Panama in 2014, appointed the other members of the board to the first executive director of the Solar House, the engineer Abdy Hernandez , which also performs functions as the administrative manager of the company Luz Buena, SA

The company reported that in the process of submitting its formal documentation to the authorities in order to obtain legal status.

Currently, solar power accounts for less than 1% of the energy matrix Panamanian territory, unlike water, which occupies more than 50%.

Source: http://www.panamaamerica.com.pa/

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