Raúl Morales, CEO de Soltec, participa en la COP 25 para plantear propuestas sobre el sector fotovoltaico

Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec, participates in COP 25 to put forward proposals on the photovoltaic sector

Soltec Power Holdings
December 09, 2019
The round table will take place on Tuesday 10 December in Room 3 of IFEMA's Blue Area, with the participation of experts and leaders.

Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec and industrial engineer specialised in renewable energies, will participate next Tuesday 10 December in the United Nations Climate Change Conference XXV (COP 25) to be held in Madrid. Soltec's participation in this summit is part of the event organised by the Global Solar Council, which brings together more than 40 institutions and 2,000 companies in the solar photovoltaic sector worldwide.

The meeting will take place in Room 3 of the Blue Area, which belongs to the United Nations and in which experts and heads of state and government will participate. The purpose of the meeting will be for the experts of the photovoltaic industry to propose policies to governments so that they can implement the consumption of renewable energy.

The session, which will be fully dedicated to renewable energies and more specifically to photovoltaic energy, will be attended by major technology companies such as Huawei and Longi. The panel in which Soltec will participate will start at 17:20 and is dedicated to the development of the industrial sector and the growth of employment from solar energy.

This roundtable will present arguments such as the low cost of photovoltaics as clean and safe energy, its potential to enrich developing areas, the development of capacities to anchor the energy transition and the development and implementation of internationally recognised codes and standards.

Raúl Morales, in addition to talking about the transition to green energy, will emphasise the leadership and competitiveness of clean energies compared to other traditional energies and the challenge of companies like Soltec to take the reins of this change.



Soltec has a workforce of more than 1,500 people and 15 years' experience as a manufacturer of complete solar tracking equipment. The company is present in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Denmark, Egypt, the United States, Spain, India, Italy, Israel, Mexico and Peru. Its activity is based on the manufacture and adaptation of this equipment for the correct service of its customers.


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