QSTec, the integrated solar energy company, recently discussed with the Philippine government about opportunities for future cooperation in the field of solar energy development in the Philippines.
QSTec chairman and chief executive met with the Secretary of Energy Department of the Philippines Department of Energy and other officials to hold talks on the 2040 Targets of 20GW Renewable Energy in the Philippines.
QSTec is also the largest producer of polysilicon in the Middle East and North Africa. Qatar produces 8,000 tonnes of equipment annually and is actively seeking international partnerships.
In a press release, the company said it will negotiate potential opportunities for cooperation with the Philippines to meet its energy goals.
QSTec Chairman and Chief Executive Officer also said that "With over 7,000 islands in the Philippines and huge solar potential, QSTec is a fully integrated solar company and partners with partners in the solar power industry in the Philippines." QSTec products span The entire solar value chain, from polysilicon to solar modules, and advanced manufacturing technologies for the solar and semiconductor industries, QSTec can assist and meet Philippines' solar goals, taking advantage of its global network. "
He added that the company has made tremendous efforts to accelerate the development of solar energy and renewable energy in the Philippines and is looking forward to using our respective resources to pool collective wisdom and establish a new solar energy partnership to promote the stable development of solar energy industry.