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260 Execs Attend ECCP Solar Forum

December 15, 2011

European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) in cooperation with the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce Inc. and the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit recently held solar energy forums in the country. Dubbed as the “1st Philippine-German Solar Energy Forum,” it attracted 260 business executives from Metro Manila and Cebu that were eager to explore business opportunities with German-based power companies. The two one-day forums tackled the Status Quo of Solar Energy in the Philippines and Germany, German High Quality Products and Best Practices for the Philippine Solar Market, Innovative Rural Electrification Solutions and Best Practices and Solar Market Development from an SME Perspective. ECCP vice president and general manager Michel Miloda (center) talks with ECCP vice president for external affairs Henry Schumacher (left) and German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce Inc. vice president Dr. Guenter Matschuck (right) during a break in the 1st Philippine-German Solar Energy Forum.


Source: Philippines Daily Tribune; News; 08 December 2011

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