Belgium is very pleased to host the EU PVSEC 2018 and welcomes you to the beautiful city of Brussels!
We invite you to present your products at the 35th EU PVSEC from 24 to 28 September 2018 in Brussels – the heart of the European Union, where industry and politics meet, and where the Continent’s future energy framework is currently being mapped.
The European market is expected to increase by over 35% in 2018 and continue its growth path for the coming years, with energy stakeholders and investors eager to hear technology updates on solar – the lowest cost energy generation source that will play a crucial role for Europe to succeed in its Energy Transition.
EU PVSEC is the world’s leading technology exchange platform for the international solar community and any energy expert interest in solar power technology. Top scientists and technology decision makers from industry and research institutes regularly attend EU PVSEC to share and learn the latest solar technology updates as they prepare for new investments.
“We really like this event because it is very condensed, and we feel that the quality of talks we usually have here is very high”, said Kristin Ludemann VP Crystalline Photovoltaics at Von Ardenne, a world leading PVD equipment supplier to the solar industry, which exhibited at the Amsterdam event. “We are meeting very nice people of the scientific community as well as the technical and technological community of our customers, which is really beneficial and also bringing us forward regarding our strategy and our products.”
“We’ve been very happy at the EU PVSEC 2017 in Amsterdam” said Maurice Covino, Sales Director at Berger Lichttechnik, a global leader for solar simulation equipment. “It’s always interesting to come back and meet the scientific community. We’ve had good meetings and it was a great opportunity for us to introduce our new product – a Gen3 Cell Tester. Overall, the conference has been great, interesting talks, and the meetings outside have been wonderful.”
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