Solarcentury and Enviomena Power Systems have entered into a partnership to develop commercial and residential solar rooftop solutions in the Middle East. Enviromena has completed several projects across the UAE including the largest grid connected solar plant in the Middle East, the Masdar 10MW solar power plant.
The executive chairman of Solarcentury Jeremy Leggett (pictured) said that the company wants to tackle energy security and climate change now, using the most efficient low carbon technology. “To do this we must work together to find the most innovative, scalable solutions. I have great hope in the solar industry coming together to find a way to secure our energy future and this partnering agreement between Solarcentury and leading solar developer Enviromena is just one example of how we can join forces to build and show the world just how good our future can look.”
Sami Khoreibi, CEO, Enviromena Power Systems said, “Enviromena strives to offer our clients best of breed technologies and innovative solar solutions by seeking partnerships with leading technology companies. Our collaboration with Solarcentury, the UK’s leading solar energy company is an example of this and we look forward to a successful long term partnership, particularly as the need for solar energy steadily increases across the Middle East and North Africa.”