CESI sets up region's operations in UAE

CESI_UAECESI announced its expansion into the region with operations based in the UAE.CESI announced its expansion into the region with operations based in the UAE.

The company is launching at  the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2011, taking place in Abu Dhabi from 16-19 January 2012.

CESI is one of the top three global suppliers of advanced multi-junction high efficiency solar cells for space and terrestrial applications, lending itself to the burgeoning demand for these applications in the region.

Major milestone

Commenting on CESI's expansion into the Middle East, Matteo Codazzi, Chief Executive Officer of CESI, said: "Establishing our first office in the UAE is a major milestone for CESI and evidence of our long term commitment to this important region. "

Key strategic hub

"The Middle East is a key strategic hub for CESI due to its dramatic expansion into the transmission/distribution, smart grids and renewable energy sectors, and we are looking forward to sharing our deep knowledge and 50 years of international experience to benefit this market."

30 years experience

Gianluca Marini, Director of Consulting, Solutions and Services Division at CESI, said: "the HVDC-HVAC field alone we have over 30 years experience working on more than 100 interconnections projects in 35 countries, and a loyal group of "core" customers, providing us with a continuous source of opportunities to develop new technological capabilities, which we believe will help us achieve successful results in this region."

WFES 2012 sponsor

CESI will be participating and sponsoring WFES 2012, and its CEO, Matteo Codazzi, will be addressing the summit on 18th January. The company will also be exhibiting an important range of its services at CESI's stand located in Hall 3 of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

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