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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Time

10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Hall

World Trade Center (Floor Mezzanine)

Room

Peten

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Workshop: Solar Heat: An Investment in Sustainable, Efficient and Profitable Energy

10:00 am
10:30 am

Mexico: Top 5 Solar Heating & Cooling Market Worldwide

10:30 am
11:00 am

The Solar City: Training and Financing for SMEs in Mexico City

  • Dr. Alberto Valdés
    General Director for Economic Development and Energy Sustainability, Secretary for Economic Development, Mexico City, Mexico

11:00 am
11:30 am

Sustainable Tourism with Solar Thermal Energy

  • Pablo Cuevas
    Project Coordinator of MiSol, United Nations Development Programme UNDP, Mexico

11:45 am
12:15 pm

Business Oportunities in the Solar Heating Market in Panama

  • Rosilena Lindo
    Project Coordinator of Termosolar Panamá, ONU Medio Ambiente, Panama

12:15 pm
01:00 pm

Energy Savings in the Services Sector with Solar Water Heating

01:00 pm
03:00 pm

Noon Break

03:00 pm
03:30 pm

Energy Efficiency and Solar Thermal Energy, the Ideal Combination

03:30 pm
04:00 pm

Solar Hybrid Generation: Success Stories and Business Oportunities

  • Iván Acosta
    Researcher of the Energy and Climate Change Group, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Consorcioe3, Ecuador

04:15 pm
05:00 pm

Solar Thermal Energy: Opportunity for Energy Security and Costs Reduction in the Mexican Industry

05:00 pm
05:30 pm

HPA with Concentrating Solar Technology Made in Mexico

05:30 pm
06:00 pm

Presentation of the Heat Changer Challenge

Speakers

 Marisol Oropeza
Marisol Oropeza
Solar Marketing Strategist, matters.mx, Germany
 Dr. Alberto Valdés
Dr. Alberto Valdés
General Director for Economic Development and Energy Sustainability, Secretary for Economic Development, Mexico City, Mexico
 Pablo Cuevas
Pablo Cuevas
Project Coordinator of MiSol, United Nations Development Programme UNDP, Mexico
 Rosilena Lindo
Rosilena Lindo
Project Coordinator of Termosolar Panamá, ONU Medio Ambiente, Panama
 Daniel García
Daniel García
President, FAMERAC, Mexico
 Kira Potowski
Kira Potowski
Manager Trade & Investment / Energy, CAMEXA (AHK), Mexico
 Iván Acosta
Iván Acosta
Researcher of the Energy and Climate Change Group, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Consorcioe3, Ecuador
 Dr. Angélica Quiñones
Dr. Angélica Quiñones
President, ANES, Mexico
 Angel Mejía
Angel Mejía
Chief Executive Officer, Inventive Power, Mexico
 Marisol Oropeza
Marisol Oropeza
Marketing and Public Relations, Solar Heating Initiative, Germany

Summary

Energy consumption in homes, businesses and factories goes beyond electricity. Heating water and other fluids require thermal energy that is traditionally generated by fossil fuels, whose price and environmental impact represent a high risk. Solar thermal energy, or solar heat, is a renewable and reliable solution.There is vast experience with solar heating technologies in Mexico, one of the most dynamic and growing markets worldwide. Learn about the projects and programs that provide training and foster investments in solar water heating systems and get first-hand information about the benefits of solar heat. During the workshop, experts and leaders from national and international organizations will present the products and services that the solar thermal industry offers in Mexico, as well as success stories and business opportunities in different sectors.


Workshop language: Spanish


Workshop Price: $1,900 (Registration)

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