PV Energy to present solar solutions at exhibition on Cayman Islands

Source: PV Energy Ltd.

Innovative and reliable clean energy solutions are significantly gaining importance in the Caribbean islands. Not only governments strive to make a shift away from polluting fuel-based energy sources towards a sustainable energy supply, but also private investors and house owners show a strong interest in alternative and grid-independent power solutions. On June 24th and 25th the UK-based renewable energy company PV Energy Limited will present its solar power systems at one of the most prestigious trade fairs in the Caribbean, the Cayman27’s Island Living Show. The exhibition will take place at The Arts and Recreation Centre (ARC) at Camana Bay’s Cayman International School.

 

Innovative and reliable clean energy solutions are significantly gaining importance in the Caribbean islands. Not only governments strive to make a shift away from polluting fuel-based energy sources towards a sustainable energy supply, but also private investors and house owners show a strong interest in alternative and grid-independent power solutions. On June 24th and 25th the UK-based renewable energy company PV Energy Limited will present its solar power systems at one of the most prestigious trade fairs in the Caribbean, the Cayman27’s Island Living Show. The exhibition will take place at The Arts and Recreation Centre (ARC) at Camana Bay’s Cayman International School.

Each year, this event attracts thousands of homeowners, contractors, developers but also business owners and families. Started as a home and garden show over a decade ago, the Island Living Show has grown to be an exemplary display of Caribbean living and lifestyle. PV Energy Limited will seize this unique opportunity to demonstrate its turnkey solar solutions, jointly developed with the Swiss-based clean energy provider The meeco Group, and will utilise valuable face time moments with visitors and customers. At booth 21 visitors will have the opportunity to discover the full range of PV Energy Limited products including the energy management and storage system sun2safe, the portable off-grid clean energy solution sun2go xl, which can be discovered in the entrance area directly on site, and the solar water treatment solution sun2water. This off-grid system will be displayed at the exhibition in conjunction with the cutting edge low energy consumption desalination technology of AqSep, a subsidiary of the Danish heat and cold technology supplier Danfoss.

“We are looking forward to be part of this renowned trade exhibition in the Cayman Islands. It is always a pleasure to make people aware of the various options of clean and sustainable energy supply”, states Peter Virdee, Chairman of PV Energy Limited.

Strongly committed to support the Caribbean islands in their green revolution, it is an excellent opportunity for PV Energy Limited to join the Island Living Show in order to promote the advantages of renewables. Indeed, the company is already fostering the sustainable development of the islands through the implementation of clean energy solutions, especially in Antigua and Barbuda.

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