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Vector Cuatro participates in three of the most important renewable energy conferences

Por Leticia Fontan 2 October 2015 0

Vector Cuatro, leading green power advisor, will participate during the coming weeks in PV Japan Expo in Tokyo, Solar Finance and Investors Conference in London and SPG Central America in Panama. The Firm, global leader in professional services for renewable energy projects, continues its solid international presence strengthening its activity in Asian, Latin American and European markets, where it has been present for more than a decade.

Vector Cuatro’s agenda for this 2015 will begin on 25th February in Japan where the firm participates in the PV Japan Expo in Tokyo. Japan is one of the main markets the company has been focused on since 2013 when it established a local office in the Japanese capital. So far Vector Cuatro Japan has been involved in more than 50 projects.

London, where the Solar Finance & Investment Forum will be held on 10th March, will be the next destination. Vector Cuatro entered the UK’s renewable energy market first in 2011 as Technical Advisor for solar PV power projects. Up to now the company has been providing a wide range of specialized services in more than 20 projects totaling about 400 MW. The great activity in the UK market has finally led to the recent opening of a newest office.

Finally, on 25th March, Vector Cuatro will travel to Panama in order to take part in the Solar Power Generation America Central. This event will gather the top companies of the photovoltaic energy sector with the goal of establishing new business alliances and meeting the key industry players in Latin America; a target market where the firm has already participated in a considerable project portfolio.

Vector Cuatro, headquartered in Madrid, is present in 20 countries worldwide and counts on a track record of 15 GW throughout the entire value chain of the projects. At present it has over 950 MW of solar PV assets under management and has participated so far in more than 550 projects.

In September 2014, the company was incorporated into the Italian Falck Renewables Group (FKR.MI), a leading player in the European renewable energy industry and listed at the Milan Stock Exchange. The integration of the two companies, combining as it does distinctive and complementary geographic and technological coverage, is expected to enhance overall capabilities, permitting further expansion into new technologies and new services.

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