Avenston – General Engineering Partner of CISOLAR 2019

Already in April 16-18, one of the main events of the year will take place, when Avenston became the General Engineering Partner – CISOLAR 2019, the 8th International Conference and Exhibition of Solar Energy in Central and Eastern Europe. Founded in 2011, CISOLAR has become a platform for communication with customers and businesses.

CISOLAR 2019

Avenston is focused on the implementation of renewable energy technologies and energy-efficient solutions. Our company provides novelty, experience and capabilities through a modern and thorough knowledge of the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors, as well as an understanding of market dynamics. The Avenston management team has extensive experience in engineering and finance, which, combined with the experience of using renewable energy sources, as well as the wide network of our industry partners around the world, gives us the necessary capabilities and motivation to provide high-quality services in projects from their start until successful completion.

Avenston confidently entered the year 2019 with a number of signed contracts for the installation of solar power plants, where the total capacity is 15 MW and the implementation of which has already begun. Also, the company’s plans for this year include approval of projects for the construction of PV-power plants, where total capacity will reach from 50 to 100 MW. In addition, Avenston this year aims to increase resources to build solar power plants with a full capacity of up to 300 MW in 2020.

Consequently, Avenston invites everyone to visit CISOLAR 2019 and take an active part in discussions about how to grow and develop solar business.

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