Leading the energy transition

1 K
Solar jobs
in Europe by 2030
1 %
Europe’s electricity demand
powered by solar by 2030
1 GW
solar market growth
in Europe by 2022
1 %
European renewables target (clean
energy package)

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Emerging Markets Newsletter

Welcome to SolarPower Europe’s third emerging markets newsletter. This issue will provide an overview of the Emerging Markets Task Force’s activities since March 2019. The

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RE-Source 2019

2-3 October 2019 - Amsterdam

Strategy Committee Meeting

16 October 2019 - Brussels

Digital Solar & Storage

5-6 November 2019 - Brussels

O&M and asset management 2019

5 December 2019 - Brussels

Digital Solar & Storage 2019

Brussels, 5-6 November 2019

Solar is the most versatile, popular and often lowest cost power generation source in Europe today. Investors are increasingly getting excited about solar in Europe. To fully exploit solar for Europe’s citizens and industry, it is key to plan now to benefit from energy storage & digitalisation.

Join high-level executives at Digital Solar & Storage 2019 from digital innovators and storage solution suppliers active in solar and representatives from Europe’s new European Parliament and Commission to discuss the latest business models and market trends shaping the New Energy World based on digital solar & storage!

Solar Skins: An opportunity for greener cities

The ‘Solar Skins’ report focuses on how local authorities can actively promote BIPV and embark on an accelerated route towards greener cities and offers a set of illustrative case studies, as well as information on the potential of Building-Integrated PV solutions to achieve carbon-neutral cities. The report intends to become a guidance document that municipal actors and policymakers can use to speed up the decarbonisation of Europe’s building stock.

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