TAIPEI, Taiwan, July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing its 2015 'Green Light Outreach' campaign, the Green Trade Project Office under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs is set to return to San Francisco, leading a group of Taiwanese PV manufacturers to participate in the Intersolar North America tradeshow for the third consecutive year.
A 'Taiwan Pavilion' is set up for the exhibition on Level 1, West Hall at the Moscone Center (Booth 7245). Products on display include PV modules, solar backsheets, PV system components and LED lights designed to be installed with PV systems.
Li-Yen Ma, Division Chief of the Integrated Marketing Division at the Green Trade Project Office, said, "Encouraged by policies, subsidies and rising awareness of the use of renewable energies, the US PV market has enjoyed steady growth in the past few years, which we would like to leverage to develop more business opportunities. Over the years, Taiwanese companies have demonstrated their capabilities in achieving technology advancements, and Taiwan's PV industry is seen to have evolved with the diversification of market demands. While remaining as the world's second-largest solar cell production region, Taiwan has also seen more manufacturers start to offer PV-related components and application products, building a more diversified supply chain. We believe visitors to the Taiwan Pavilion will easily find the most suitable solutions among the various product lines."
The Taiwan Pavilion delegates include the leading PV module backsheet supplier Taiflex Scientific Co., Ltd.; solar module manufacturer Gintung Energy Corporation, a member of Tatung group; solar lighting product maker Ever Power Lighting Equipment Co., Ltd.; AVC Industrial Corporation, a leading manufacturer of cable glands and wiring accessories in Taiwan; specialized contactors and electromechanical power relays maker Song Chuan Precision Co., Ltd.; PV backsheet supplier SOPOWER Technology Corporation; and SunValue Co., Ltd., which specializes in the development and application of solar bricks.
The Intersolar North America exhibition is scheduled to be held on July 14-16 in San Francisco. The 'Taiwan Pavilion' is located on Level 1, West Hall at the Moscone Center (Booth 7245).
About the Green Trade Project Office
The Green Trade Project Office was established in 2011 in response to the fast-growing trend of green business, a sector which has gained importance with introduction of the increasing number of national and international environmental standards. The aims of the Green Trade Project Office are promoting Taiwan's green products and services via diverse marketing channels; offering consulting services to domestic companies; and strengthening Taiwan's overall competitiveness in green economy. For further information, please visit www.greentrade.org.tw and twgreentrade.com.
SOURCE Green Trade Project Office