Press Release Date: November 27, 2014
Wising Century Solartech congratulates the organizers, participants and sponsors of the recently concluded U.K Solar Energy conference held in Manchester on the 11th through 13th of November.
The event was a resounding success with over 150 delegates in attendance to discuss efforts aimed at helping the industry to attract further support and investment while maintaining a range of industry best practice regulations within the rapidly growing British solar energy market. This key market factors heavily into the expansion plans of many of the industry’s key players, many of whom are either based in or have a large operational presence in the region.
The conference attracted many of the largest manufacturers, suppliers and operators of solar energy from around the world including Kona, Orbis Energy and Wising Century Solartech. Key note speakers at the event were The Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, The Rt Hon Gregory Barker MP, Prime Minister's Envoy on Climate Change as well as Tom Greatrex MP, Shadow Energy Minister.
Topics under discussion at this significant industry wide conference included but were not limited to broadening the appeal of both commercial & industrial PV through the adoption of financing plans, rebates & subsidies for the adoption of clean energy and success stories focusing on the industry and the positive nature of its presence as well as its continued growth within the U.K and associated EU nations.
Speaking after the final day of the conference was concluded, WC Solartech’s V.P of Investment Relations and Outreach, Mr. Raymond Ho had the following remarks to say” The U.K and the EU community in particular are clearly important for the continuous successful growth of the solar energy industry. This need for growth being so closely linked to the nations within this region’s own needs to adequately, cleanly and economically provide power generating infrastructure to help support their countries’ ongoing economic growth and the well being of their peoples. We believe that of all the possible sources to help meet this demand for cheap and clean energy, that only solar can satisfactorily meet the criteria presented.”