Bracewell is a leading law firm primarily serving the energy, finance and technology industries. We advise on all aspects of the renewable energy industry, including project development and project financing, mergers and acquisitions, construction, privatisation, public private partnerships and market reform. Bracewell’s Dubai-based infrastructure team has represented clients on numerous solar projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Bracewell has extensive experience in Saudi Arabia and is currently advising on the first project to be released to the market by the Renewable Energy Project Development Office as part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030. The Bracewell team has also advised on numerous utility scale solar projects, including Rounds II, III and IV of DEWA’s solar IPPs, the Al Abdaliyah Integrated Solar Combined Cycle project in Kuwait, the Sweihan 350 MW PV IPP in Abu Dhabi and numerous solar and wind projects in Egypt’s FiT programme and Rounds 1 and 2 in Jordan.
Bracewell’s Dubai team was recently named 2017 Infrastructure and Energy Projects Team of the Year by The Middle East Legal Awards and has been recognised in Legal 500’s Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) United Arab Emirates listings in Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions(2014-2016) and in Energy and Infrastructure (2016).
ENGIE is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three businesses of electricity, natural gas and energy services, to meet the major challenges of the energy transition to a low-carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, adapting to climate change and the rational use of resources. ENGIE develops effective and innovative solutions for governments, cities, businesses and private customers, leveraging its expertise in four key sectors: independent power production, renewable energies, liquefied natural gas and energy services & digital solutions. ENGIE’s worldwide renewables portfolio includes photovoltaic capacity across 15 countries, including Canada, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Chile and the USA. Through its subsidiary Solairedirect, the Group is also present in Southeast Asia and Mexico. With new projects in India, Europe, Latin America and South Africa (CSP), ENGIE consolidates its leading position in solar. ENGIE employs 153,090 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €66.6 billion in 2016. The Group is listed on the Paris and Brussels stock exchanges (ENGI) and is represented in the main international indices.
Array Technologies, Inc.
Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects. As the global leader in solar tracking Array has installed over 6 GW worldwide. The company has offices in the United States, Australia, Mexico, Chile, Europe and the Middle East. For more information please visit arraytechinc.com
DuPont offers the broadest materials portfolio in photovoltaics. Our capabilities extend from materials to modules, including fundamental PV materials science, and cell and module processing, architecture and testing. We are also a PV system owner and PV electricity user, with PV arrays at DuPont facilities around the world. For over 40 years our innovations in PV materials have led the photovoltaics industry forward, with emphasis on proven power and lasting value, to help you achieve higher lifetime returns on your investments.
Jinko Solar is currently the world’s leading manufacturer of solar panels by volume of sales, in addition to heading the Tier 1 list of the best manufacturers, published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Founded in 2006, the company now has been in the market for 10 years, but more importantly it has completed its first decade not only as the leader in terms of sales, but also as regards financial indicators, thereby offering a high level of market bankability and credibility.
It is a vertically integrated company, it has a production capacity for every manufacturing stage of the panels, allowing it to achieve better control over costs and production, always guaranteeing that the highest quality product is available on the market. With six factories, located in four countries worldwide (China, Malaysia, Portugal and South Africa), the company has an annual capacity of 6.7 GW in addition to a presence in 34 countries around the world.
Jinko Solar not only manufactures its PV panels applying the highest quality standards, but also has one of the most important R&D departments in the industry, which allows it to remain at the forefront as regards technological innovation. In addition, it has been quoted on the New York Stock Market since 2010, which gives every agent involved in a solar PV project a high degree of confidence. Currently, Jinko Solar benefits from a strong presence in Africa & Middle East and the highest market share.
As for our presence in Africa & Middle East, we have the operating headquarters in South Africa & UAE and we give support to two very important areas: On the one hand we have technical equipment for pre-sales and after-sales support and on the other hand we have logistics equipment that coordinates at all times the different deliveries of the project. We also have commercial representation Morocco, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
The SCHMID Group
The SCHMID Group encounters us daily. Either through smartphones, solar modules or modern energy storages. SCHMID masters processes which are needed in the most different industrial sectors and builds machines and automation systems perfectly tailored to the requirements.
The company group with its headquarters in Freudenstadt (Germany) has more than 1000 employees worldwide. Manufacturing sites in Germany, China, Turkey and the USA as well as sales and service locations worldwide ensure local presence.
SCHMID conducts basic research and brings the technologies into mass production. Thus the company founded in 1864 provides affordable technical progress.
By always entering into new fields of application, four business units developed taking advantage of many synergistic effects: Electronics, Photovoltaics, Automation and Energy Systems.
As technology leader SCHMID supplies highly efficient equipment for the total value chain of photovoltaics. The product range includes single equipment for wafer, cell and module production as well as turnkey production lines and complete factory solutions. Thin-film manufacturers also place their trust in SCHMID’s technological expertise.
INGETEAM is an international company leader in manufacturing and supplying a wide range of PHOTOVOLTAIC INVERTERS and solutions tailored to suit any type of PV system. Ingeteam has supplied 46 GW in power converters for renewable energy plants and is amongst the TOP 10 companies dedicated to the operation and maintenance of renewable plants.The company operates in all continents, and has a headcount of 3,900 employees around the world.
Our SOLAR INVERTERS product range:
- Single-Phase & Three-phase string inverters
- 3-phase central inverters
- MEDIUM VOLTAGE SOLUTIONSup to 7.200 kVA
- BATTERY INVERTERS
- ENERGY MANAGEMENT & SELFCONSUMPTION SOLUTIONS
- DIESEL-PV SOLUTIONS
- Fully integrated SCADA and PV Plant Control Systems
UL is a trusted independent testing and certification body with 120 years of experience. Our offer to the PV industry covers the entire value chain – right up to and including PV plants. We perform testing and certification of materials, components, products and systems, as well as on-site field evaluations. UL has published the safety standards for every component used in PV Systems and most of these standards have been adopted as ANSI standards in the US. UL also sits on IEC TC82 and actively leads standard development activities for WG2 and WG3 and have been contributing to the global harmonization of IEC & UL standards.
The GCC lab was established in December 2015 by strategic TIC shareholders (i.e., Saudi Aramco, Saudi Electric Company, Public Investment Fund, ACWA Power, Alfanar, Dhahran Techno Valley Company (DTVC), Electrical Industries Co., GCC Interconnection Authority, Saudi Services for Electro-Mechanic Works Co. Ltd. (SSEM), and Motabaqah). UL in a JV with GCC Electrical Testing Laboratory (Gulf Renewables Lab) will establish the regions first independent Solar PV Test Laboratory to assist renewables equipment manufacturers and end-users with pioneering Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) services in the GCC region.