Everywhere around the world, countries are choosing to re-balance their energy mix to boost their share of renewable energies.

 
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From left to right : Arnaud MINE (President of URBASOLAR and SER-SOLER) – Delphine BATHO (Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy) – J.Louis BAL (President of SER) – Nicole BRICQ (Minister for Foreign Trade)

A host of projects relating to renewable energies are emerging pretty much everywhere around the world. For example, Plan solaire méditerranéen1 (Mediterranean1 Solar Plan) is intended to develop solar energy for the 2020 horizon in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt, while the Gulf States but also India, South Africa, Brazil, Turkey and Mexico are also planning to emphasise renewable energies.

A host of projects relating to renewable energies are emerging pretty much everywhere around the world. For example, Plan solaire méditerranéen1 (Mediterranean1 Solar Plan) is intended to develop solar energy by 2020 in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt, while the Gulf States, India, South Africa, Brazil, Turkey and Mexico are also planning to boost renewable energies.

Arnaud MINE is deeply involved in developing this business sector for export, becoming Joint President of the France Solar Industry brand early in 2013.

“France Solar Industry”, created by the Syndicat des Énergies Renouvelables or SER (Renewable Energy Professional Organisation), is a showcase for French expertise and brings business and institutional partners together in the promotion of French know-how in solar energy. This involves a joint approach to win new markets and offer turnkey proposals fit to rival major competitors.

The brand is the showcase for French expertise, covering all technologies involved in solar electricity generation. It brings together French companies of the photovoltaic solar, thermodynamic and concentrated photovoltaics à sectors and who are members of the Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables (SER).

« Photovoltaic energy is amongst the energies of the future. It meets a wide range of environmental, but also economic demands. The restricted French market means that export is essential for French SMEs whose extensive know-how and expertise are to be acknowledged.  I’m therefore delighted that Urbasolar will be part of these future groupings which, I hope, will allow us to grow business in other countries » declared Arnaud Mine.