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Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec, participates at the COP 25 to make proposals about the PV sector

Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec, participates at the COP 25 to make proposals about the PV sector

The panel will take place the Tuesday 10th of December at the Room 3 of the Blue Area of IFEMA, where experts and high representatives participates

Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec and Industrial Engineer specialized in renewable energies, will participate at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change XXV (COP 25) that is celebrated in Madrid on the Tuesday 10th of December. The participation of Soltec at this summit is part of the event organized by the Global Solar Council, that integrates more than 40 institutions and 2000 companies of the PV sector around the world.

The meeting will take place at the Room 3 of the Blue Area, that belongs to the United Nations and in whose space experts and high representatives participates and it will have as its purpose the approach of policies by the experts of the photovoltaic industry to the Governments so that they can implement the consumption of renewable energy.

The session, that will be fully dedicated to the renewable energies and more concretely to the PV energy, will count on the representation of great enterprises such as Huawei or Longi. The pannel in which Soltec participates will start at 17:20 hour and is dedicated to the development of the industrial sector and the increasement of employment throught the solar energy.

In this round table, arguments such as the low cost of photovoltaic energy as clean and safe energy, its potential to enrich the developing areas, the development of capacities to anchor the energy transition and the development and implementation of internationally recognized codes and standards will be presented.

Raúl Morales, apart from talking about the transition to the green energy, will emphasize leadership and competitiveness of the clean energies compared to the rest of the traditional energies and the challenge of companies like Soltec to take charge of this change.



Soltec has a workforce of over 1.500 people and a experience of 15 years as manufacturer of complete solar tracker equipment. The company has presence in Argentina, Australia, Brasil, Chile, China, Denmark, Egypt, USA, Spain, India, Italy, Israel, Mexico and Perú. Its activity is based on the manufacturing and adaptation of these equipments for the correct service to its clients.