February 08, 2011
International renewable energy consultancy Natural Power has announced today the signing of a teaming agreement with Argentinean renewables company Nowa Energías SA. The agreement enables Nowa to promote Natural Power's products and services exclusively in the Argentinean renewables market for the next twelve months.
In 2009 Natural Power established their 12th office globally in Valparaiso, Chile from where Natural Power is currently helping clients all across Latin America.
Nowa is a leading Argentinean renewable energy consultancy with experience in wind, solar and energy efficiency projects. The company provide comprehensive management services to renewable energy projects. Their experience and knowledge of the local market has positioned themselves to be the right partner for Natural Power.
Cristián Sainz, founder of Nowa Energía, commented: “We are very pleased to be entering this agreement with Natural Power and now are in a position to provide a wealth of renewable energy services and products to Argentina’s developing market. We have spent some time already working with Natural Power’s Chile office and our relationship will grow further, whilst at the same time using their skill sets which are essential in the South American wind industry.”
Alexander von Pescatore, Director of Natural Power Chile welcomed the agreement: “We are confident this relationship will introduce Natural Power’s unique set of products and services to Argentina whilst also helping Nowa to grow as a consultancy. The Argentinean renewables market is exciting for us as, besides being in the very early stages and having a huge potential resource – especially in wind – the government has announced an immediate target of meeting 8% of electricity demand from renewable sources by 2016. There is much work ahead for everyone involved in order to develop this young market.
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