In this episode of “The Convo” we are joined by Martin Pochtaruk, the President and CEO of Heliene.

Heliene is a North American-based solar panel manufacturer. The company is part of a group of foreign solar producers that have set up U.S. factories — especially after the country imposed hefty tariffs on overseas-made solar cells and panels. Just so you know, the U.S. is the world’s second-biggest solar market after China.

Watch our conversation with Mr. Pochtaruk to find out what he says about their decision to locate Heliene’s manufacturing factories in the U.S.

Is it just another day-to-day business scenario or a more targeted strategy to tap into this massive market?

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