Abdulmohsin Mohammad Al Shoaibi

abdulmohsinAbdulmohsin Mohammad Al Shoaibi served as the Executive Manager of Solar Arabia Co. Limited (formerly known as BP Solar Arabia Co. Ltd), which specializes in every aspect of Photovoltaic (PV) solar modules, including assembly and development, design, engineering, system sizing, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of fully-integrated solar power systems. With more than 25 years of industry experience, his expertise ranges from administration, strategic planning, operations and projects management to marketing and business development. Mr. Shoaibi holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toledo, USA.

Dr. Bader Behaishan Al-Busaies

Bader_Al_BusaiesDr. Bader Behaishan Al-Busaies, Attorney at law ,Managing Partner in Fahad Al – Suwaiket & Bader Al- Busaies law firm at Al- Khobar. PhD with a major in comparative law from The American University of London in the year 2005. His practice provides full range of corporate and regulatory matters affecting the petroleum sector and energy including trade, privatization, mergers and acquisitions, join ventures, environmental regulation, litigation and arbitration in both domestic and international markets. The firm’s energy section advises on various legal issues concerning electricity and water including development and finance, construction, engineering contracts, environment and other regulations furthermore, it represents the clients in continuous matters arising from the relevant transactions.

Abdulrahman (A.R.) M. Alamoud

Abdulrahman (A.R.) M. Alamoud is a Professor of Microelectronics and Solar PV Energy at King Saud University (KSU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In 1991 he took a leave of absence to join the Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) as Special Projects Director. He was the Director of the COE Research Center for a three-term period (1992-1996). He was a Visiting Research Associate Professor, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, USA (15 July, 1997-15 December, 1997) where he worked on the development of thin films, CdTe Solar Cells and characterization of materials (such as semiconductors thin films and Saudi white sand rocks). He served three consecutive terms (June 1999-June 2005) as a Vice Dean for Administrative and Financial Affairs, COE. His research interests are in Microelectronics, Solar Cells and Materials, and Photovoltaic Systems.

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