Industry representatives from South America meet renewable energy experts
This month, a business delegation from South America has visited the offices of The meeco Group in Dresden, Germany. As part of a business trip in Saxony, the representatives of South American companies from the fields of environmental technology, energy and efficiency technology stopped in Dresden in order to get to know the work of the Swiss-headquartered renewable energy provider. The meeting of the entrepreneurs from Chile, Columbia and Peru and the board of The meeco Group took place at the premises of meeco Communication Services. This German meeco subsidiary is responsible for the communication and marketing activities of the Group worldwide and moreover supports national and international companies in entering new markets and enhancing their brand image.
The visit was organised by the Saxony Economic Development Corporation (WFS) with the objective of identifying concrete potential for cooperation and establishing direct contacts for foreign trade. As part of the so-called Industry-Specific Sales Promotion Tool (BBA), the WFS presented meeco as an interesting contact and potential partner during this business travel. Even if clean energy already plays an important role in South America, renewables still have a significant growth potential in the different countries of the region.
Here you can see some impressions of the meeting with the delegation from South America at the office of
meeco Communication Services
Source: Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH
Considering the excellent climate conditions, especially the implementation of solar PV projects represents a great possibility to ensure the access to reliable clean energy for every region of the continent and contribute to reducing the negative impact of fossil fuels on the environment. During the meeting, the meeco representatives outlined this importance of an increasing use of renewable energies and presented the company’s different top-tier solar solutions and international highlight projects. The participants of the delegation as well as the meeco board showed a great mutual interest in their work and have begun to set out the next steps towards a possible cooperation.
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