About us


SOLEC strives to become the solution provider of choice on a regional scale, in the Renewable Energy industry.

Our history and growing success is marked with the following business foundations:

  • Strategic partnership with the world's best brands and suppliers
  • Energy efficiency audits and financing mechanisms
  • Certified engineers from local authorities
  • Environmental solutions prioritization


Our values are the foundation of our company. 
They define who we are and how we work.

  • Integrity – Our commitment to integrity is a cornerstone of our business. We believe in doing business with the highest level of ethics and transparency.
  • Teamwork – We foster an environment where communication is open between team members, with our clients, suppliers and shareholders. Our goal is to deliver compelling products and solutions, and achieve and sustain profitable growth.
  • Performance – We are a highly focused team of individuals who drive to succeed. We believe that performance is not only about the results we achieve, but how we achieve them.

Energy Services/ SOLAR THERMAL

SOLEC has extensive experience in the design, installation and commissioning of domestic solar water heaters and commercial solar thermal systems. Whether you are a home or a business owner, there is a huge choice of tank sizes, solar collectors and booster options to match your requirements. Our solutions can be used to simply heat your water for domestic or commercial use, just like it can be used to heat a spa/hot-tub or swimming pools.

SOLEC is a distributor of SOLE products in Dubai, a leader manufacturer of solar heating systems from Greece and listed in Dubai Municipality as an approved supplier.

High Savings – Reduced monthly electricity bills
Maintenance free – No intervention required during operation
Eco-friendly – Clean energy generated
High Performance – Efficient all year long
Easy and quick installation – Minimum space required

Energy Services/ SOLAR PV

SOLEC's experience and unique capabilities allow us to take on challenging solar power projects from the initial stages of design and conception, to installation and maintenance service phase.

Whether it's to cater markets with frequent power cuts (Africa), or to design ongrid solutions in countries where electricity is available 24/7, Solec's engineers will provide you with the best solution to fulfill your needs.

SOLEC enjoys excellent business relations with world leading manufacturers of Photovoltaic modules and related electrical components, offering the markets we operate in tailor-made solutions using a mix of first class brands and manufacturers, such as Jinko, Huawei, ABB and others.

We use the most advanced technology to give a harmonic output with high power quality, whether our clients are looking for on-grid or off-grid solutions.


Project References

  • UPM/ Dubai, UAE 2Mwp
  • Sidra Village/ Dubai, UAE 477 Kwp
  • Fiobco/ Dubai, UAE 305 Kwp
  • Emirates Towers/ DUBAI 374 Kwp
  • Chalhoub Warehouse/ Jafza - Dubai 1.4 Mwp
  • ALWasl Retrofit Project/ DUBAI 15 buildings - Total 1.25Mwp
  • AlQusais dewa building/ DUBAI 100 Kwp
  • LIU9 - DP World/ JAFZA, DUBAI 1.5Mwp





  • 29 Feb 2020
    TVS project ongoing in DIP2
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  • 29 Mar 2020
    Installation of a 30Kwp completed on villa roof
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Industry NEWS/

  • 17 Mar 2020
    The Impact of the Coronavirus on solar energy
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  • 16 Apr 2020
    Europe can be 60% powered by solar before 2050
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SOLEC has been awarded a 340Kwp EPC project in DIP2....Updates on the installation will be shared soon!


SOLEC SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS has completed the installation of a 30Kwp system at Barsha villa aiming to offset the electricity bill of the client with solar.

A total of 76 panels have been installed on top of the villa using a 1.3m height structure, connected to a single POC.


The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak has caused a slowdown of China’s economic growth. The International Monetary Fund has cut China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth outlook by 0.4% to 5.6% but also alerted of further alterations, taking into account the extent and magnitude of the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

The current scenario in the country is going to have an effect on its power demand and generation. China is a world leader in renewable energy investment. The country has proved itself as a leader in wind power installation, wind turbine manufacturing and solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing.

The country’s renewable power sector is experiencing the impact of the Covid-19, specifically wind and solar PV, which could witness lower capacity additions in Q1 2020 due to suspended manufacturing and construction works.

China is a leader in terms of solar PV installations and the production of solar PV panels. The country has the largest installed solar power capacity of more than 205GW, contributing more than 35% of the global installations. China’s annual installation was expected to be approximately 30GW in 2020 and the outbreak is likely to impact solar installations at the end of the year in 2020.

Globally, China is the biggest manufacturing economy, including solar PV equipment manufacturing. The solar sector is expected to face the heat, given the tight capacity in solar equipment manufacturing. Of the top ten solar PV manufacturers in terms of module shipments, the majority of them are China-based. These include Jinko Solar, JA Solar, Trina Solar, LONGi Solar, Risen Energy, GCL System and Suntech. Coronavirus-hit province Zhejiang is home to a few of Jinko Solar’s manufacturing works, the largest Solar Module Super League (SMSL), while JA Solar is also involved in manufacturing operations in the province.

Post Covid-19 outbreak, the Jiangsu province in China took the hardest hit in terms of solar PV production capacity as more than 60% of the country’s solar PV panels are made here as per the Gofa institute, a part of the Chinese government’s National Energy Administration (NEA).

The key manufacturing hubs in the Jiangsu province include Canadian Solar, LONGi Group, Trina Solar, Q-CELLS and JA Solar. Due to the outbreak, the solar power market has concerns with regards to material supply shortage and logistical restrictions due to closed borders, which could increase the price of solar modules that otherwise was rapidly plunging. The shortage will delay equipment deliveries and affect the solar sector’s global supply chain.

While the country is beginning to get back to work at a slow pace after the coronavirus outbreak, many factories have not yet started operating at a full capacity due to shortage of staff and raw materials. Solar PV manufacturers such as Trina Solar has alerted about production delays and LONGi Green has commented that there is no significant outcome on its solar PV panel sales and production and its shipment targets will also not experience any changes this year.

The NEA and the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) have notified about the threats coronavirus outbreak poses to the power industry and the Chinese Photovoltaic Industry Association (CPIA) has recommended the Chinese government to delay connection deadlines of large-scale solar power projects on March 31 and June 30. In the current situation, late project completion will impact the amount of subsidies received.

The coronavirus outbreak will affect the overall supply chain and solar installations not only in China but globally, mostly the in the US and other countries such as India and Australia, heavily dependent on Chinese raw materials and components. Many solar manufacturing plants located outside of China are dependent on Chinese imports for raw materials such as aluminium framing and solar PV glass.

With more than 75GW installed as of 2019, the US is majorly dependent on solar PV panel production from China. The country is already facing supply bottleneck since the extension in PTC and ITC granted in December 2019. The Q1 production delays due to extended Chinese New Year Holidays as a result of the coronavirus outbreak will worsen the situation for the US developers who will be forced to look out for alternative sourcing avenues.


The 100% Renewable Europe: How to make Europe’s energy system climate neutral before 2050 report, by trade body SolarPower Europe and Finland’s Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology, claims to be the first study to model a fully renewable path to climate neutrality for the European energy system by mid century.

Three transformation paths featuring different rates of renewables adoption are compared to arrive at the conclusion the least ambitious path would be more expensive for European society and its economy.

  • The “leadership” scenario envisages 100% renewable energy as early as 2040.
  • The cheapest 100% renewables path – based on cumulative costs – is the “moderate scenario,” which would hit the 100% goal by 2050.
  • In the “laggard” scenario, the authors assume 62% renewable energy by 2050.

A central component of the study, and the first two scenarios, is that solar’s share of electrical generation would grow to 60% in Europe by 2050 and that from 2030, solar power would become the pillar of the energy system. Wind power, however, would be an important contributor under the two pathways and would remain the leading renewable energy source until 2030.


Given the mooted contribution of solar and wind, expansion of energy storage, particularly after 2030, would be critical to the leadership and moderate scenarios. Green hydrogen would also be vital for sector coupling and climate neutrality, although development in the sector is envisaged to pick up only from 2030 on.

Although zero emissions – against 1990 levels as a baseline – could be achieved by 2040 or 2050, according to the authors of the study, the laggard scenario is based on only a 53% decline by 2030, meaning around 800 million tons of CO2 would still be emitted in the continent in 2050.

“Following the publication of the European climate law, six member states asked the European Commission to include a 100% renewable energy scenario in the commission’s energy and climate projections for 2050,” said Luxembourg’s energy minister Claude Turmes. The minister said either of the 100% renewables pathways could also make the continental energy system more resilient.

Michael Schmela, executive advisor and head of market intelligence at Solarpower Europe, said: “Solar energy will generate more than 60% of European electricity by 2050. However, this must go hand-in-hand with a high degree of electrification and sector integration, which is essential for achieving a 100% renewable and integrated energy system.”


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