Spire has signed up three new companies to represent the solar equipment and turnkey line manufacturer’s interests in various parts of the globe: Servo Dynamics in China, Energy Control Systems for Pakistan, and PV Middle East for the Gulf Arab States, including Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.”
Roger Little, Spire’s chairman/CEO said that “it is crucial for Spire to enhance our strong presence in China. China is one of the biggest countries involved in the solar industry and its solar growth potential is outstanding, driven by both international markets and new government policies which will accelerate their solar demand.”
“The core business of Energy Control Systems has been silicon-based technology,” he continued. “Spire finds this area important since the Pakistan Alternative Energy Board is actively seeking ways to enhance solar power production.”
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“The solar industry is booming in Pakistan and the Gulf Arab States. Kuwait’s Ministry of Energy and Water is actively researching solar power prospects, Abu Dhabi launched a $10 billion program dedicated to renewable energy, and Qatar is positioning itself to be a major player in the global solar industry in the next five to six years. Spire is taking advantage of each of these opportunities by making our presence know in these areas,” Little concluded.