Investing in the construction of solar energy sources is currently the prevailing trend in the energy transition throughout the world, it was assessed at the energy fair in the United States of America (USA), which was attended by representatives of the Electric Industry (EPCG).
The EPCG delegation, which is on a 10-day visit to the USA at the invitation of the partner company UGTR, visited one of the largest energy fairs in the world and the largest of its kind in the USA in the field of renewable energy sources – Solar power international and got acquainted with the latest world achievements and trends in that area.
The stay at the fair, which gathered representatives of 15,000 companies from 146 countries of the world, with a total of more than 50,000 participants, was also used to hold a series of meetings with representatives of American and international companies, including the renowned companies Nextracker, Shoals and Tesla Energy from of the USA and Hanwha Qcells from South Korea.
Nextracker is the world’s leading manufacturer of systems for installing solar panels with single-axis tracking of the sun’s movement during the day. Advanced technical and software solutions enable maximum production of electricity.
Shoals is the world’s leading company in the production of components for connecting solar panels, whose advanced technical solutions significantly reduce costs and shorten the construction time of solar power plants.
Hanwha Qcells is one of the world’s leading high-efficiency and long-life solar panel manufacturers.
The EPCG delegation, led by the President of the Board of Directors Milutin Đukanović and the Executive Director Nikola Rovčanin, will continue their visit to the USA for the next four days, during which meetings will also be organized with representatives of companies interested in investing in the energy sector in this part of Europe.
A visit to the Townsite Solar solar power plant in Nevada, with a capacity of 232 megawatts (MW), is also planned, which includes a battery plant with a capacity of 90 megawatt hours (MWh), and single-axis tracking systems manufactured by Nextracker from the USA.
Investing in the construction of solar energy sources is currently the prevailing trend in the energy transition throughout the world, it was assessed at the energy fair in the United States of America (USA), which was attended by representatives of EPCG.