Solarpraxis Launches new PV magazine for Photovoltaics Latin American market

Solarpraxis announced a new publication "pv magazine Latinoamerica" a specialist photovoltaics magazine for the entire Latin American market. The publication provides comprehensive information on growth markets within the photovoltaics industry.

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Solarpraxis AG's new media platform shares news and important background information on Latin America's photovoltaics growth markets with industry players. The website www.pv-magazine-latam.com is complemented by a weekly industry newsletter and regular print editions. The pv magazine Latinoamerica, which is published in Spanish, addresses decision-makers along the entire value-added chain, from manufacturers, distributors, investors, installers and project planners to plant and grid operators.

The platform focuses in particular on new projects, laws and market developments in Latin America. For example, readers can currently find out more in-depth information on the new regulation concerning the grid feed-in from photovoltaic plants in Panama. The eagerly awaited developments in the up-and-coming markets of Mexico, Brazil and Chile, where projects of up to six gigawatts (GW) are in the pipeline, are also being followed closely. Furthermore, the various Latin American net-metering programs are discussed in detail on www.pv-magazine-latam.com.

The first print edition of pv magazine Latinoamerica is set to appear at Intersolar South America in September.


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