EnerTech Caribbean

July 8 & 9, 2015 - Panama City, Panama

Green World Conferences are pleased to announce that the inaugural EnerTech Caribbean 2015 and exhibition will be held on 8-9 July 2015 in Panama City and will cover the development of hydro, solar, wind, and geothermal energy in the region.

Main Topics

  • New renewable energy projects pipeline in the Caribbean
  • Renewable energy deployment in the Caribbean
  • Investment in renewble energy in the Caribbean
  • Renewable energy regulations in the Caribbean

Small Hydro

  • New projects pipeline
  • Technologies to meet special requirements
  • Complete ‘water2wire’ solutions
  • New turbines and generators to increase energy yield and minimise loss
  • New turbines and generators designs coupling experience and innovation
  • Refurbishment and repair – best practices to minimise downtime

Solar

  • New projects pipeline
  • PV and off-grid solutions
  • CSP solutions for large-scale installations
  • Solar plant and grid integration – power conversion, electrical distribution and monitoring
  • Establishment of new financil plans to overcome the existing barriers in further solar deployment – building the legal and financial architecture for solar lease and third-party financing

Wind

  • New projects pipeline
  • Site selection and testing – optimising turbine sitting for best energy yield
  • Best turbine solution for your wind project
  • Engineering and construction services for remore and challenging areas

Benefits of Attending

  • A fully packed programme of high profile speakers
  • Excellent networking with the who’s who of the regional and international renewable energy industry
  • Technology update in the exhibition area
  • Extensive finance advice on developing commercially profitable renewable energy projects with case studies
  • Learn about local renewable energy development and profitability
  • Hear from and meet in person top renewable energy experts

CXOs from the follwing companies are slated to attend:

  • Energy utilities
  • Energy plants operators
  • Energy transmission companies
  • Renewable energy EPCs and developers
  • Investors and lenders
  • Technology companies – wind, hydro, solar and geothermal energy
  • Energy storage experts
  • Grid connection experts
  • Energy lawyers and risk managers
  • Off-takers
  • Procurement managers
  • Consultants
  • Delegations from Honduras, Costa Rica, Mexico, Chile, US, Canada, France, Brazil, Nicaragua, Colombia, Argentina

This event will be simultaneously translated into Spanish and English.