PTL Solar wins big at SMEinfo Awards
Dubai, November 12, 2012
PTL Solar, a leading solar energy brand, won two awards including the Entrepreneur of the Year and Sustainable Initiative of the Year Award at the prestigious Gulf Capital SMEinfo Awards 2012 in Dubai.
Designed to recognize success, growth and innovation in business, the Entrepreneur of the Year award identifies strong leadership. “We are extremely honoured to receive the prestigious award. The recognition is our efforts to continue promoting solar energy and partnering sustainable practices,” said Prabissh Thomas, founder and Group MD, PTL Solar.
“PTL Solar’s strategic climate change partnerships with largest renewable energy companies help our clients address their greatest challenge when it comes to power requirements.
“We offer a range of complete solar power systems to meet any power requirements - aviation, transit, road, marine, industrial, oil and gas, telecommunication, commercial, government, military, rural development, residential and customised applications,” he added.
PTL Solar Mart – a unique initiative of PTL Solar aims at making solar power products available and affordable for all consumer levels under one roof.
The PTL Solar Academy, part of a suite green initiatives by PTL Solar and Emirates first professional solar academy, is being developed in partnership with Solar Energy International (SEI), America’s leading renewable energy training institute and The British University in Dubai (BUiD) providing the fundamental hands-on introductory solar training of its kind.
“Our office premises in International Media Production Zone, Dubai depicts a park theme where all the solar lights and systems are running practically and also showcasing different products and applications,” Thomas said.
Headquartered from Dubai, PTL Solar currently operates in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Djibouti, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Sri Lanka, India and Qatar.
Winners of the first Gulf Capital SMEinfo Awards were chosen by a panel of regional business leaders, SME enablers from the government, and members of the UAE business community. – TradeArabia News Service
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