Green Power Labs Joins Canadian Federal Trade Mission to Colombia

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At the invitation of Export Development Canada (EDC) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Development (DFATD), Green Power Labs is pleased to be a participant in the Renewable Energy Mission to Colombia.

“We are eager to meet key leaders in the renewable energy industry in Bogota and Medellin and look forward to productive discussions with several of Colombia’s largest utilities and key intermediaries,’ said Marlene Moore, VP Marketing at Green Power Labs Inc. “Later this week we will be attending the Andesco Congress in Cartagena” Moore added.

“Meeting Colombia’s rapidly growing demand for energy, particularly in rural areas by harnessing unused solar energy potential is of particular interest to Green Power Labs. We have the technology and expertise to support efficient and profitable deployment of solar technology to generate electricity particularly for rooftop generation.”   Moore commented Green Power Labs has particular expertise in mapping solar resource in diverse geographic environments like those found in Colombia. She added the company is interested in building strategic partnerships in Colombia with energy developers and utilities to support broad deployment of solar technologies to meet Colombia’s need for both utility scale and rooftop solar generation.

Green Power Labs is a leading predictive analytics company and an internationally recognized solar forecast expert. Using predictive analytics to forecast the sun’s immense capacity as a power generation resource and its passive heat impact on our living spaces is the niche in which the company has developed a world class reputation.

Colombia is nicknamed the “gateway to South America” because it sits in the northwestern part of the continent where South America connects with Central and North America. It is the fifth largest country in Latin America and home to the world’s second largest population of Spanish-speaking people