ETIP PV Conference 2023

Brussels, Belgium

May 10-11

Join us for the ETIP PV conference on May 10-11 in Brussels, where we will explore the future of Europe's solar industry. This year's conference, titled "PV Innovation: Assuring Europe's Energy Independent Future with Photovoltaics," will delve into the critical factors that underpin a successful solar supply chain.

Featuring leading researchers, experts, and industry representatives, this conference provides an opportunity to gain insights into the latest trends in photovoltaics and to network with like-minded individuals. We will explore the role of policy, supply chain factors, research and innovation, international trade, economic growth, and environmental and climate concerns in shaping the future of the solar industry in Europe.


With Europe's strong solar R&D landscape and advanced equipment providers, we have the resources and know-how to advance solar technologies. This conference will help us leverage those resources to achieve high ambitions on PV deployment and deliver a resurgence of the European solar supply chain.


Don't miss this chance to contribute to the future of the solar industry and learn from the best in the field. Register now and be part of the conversation. 


Learn more about the ETIP PV Conference 2023 Agenda here

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Day 1
Session 1: Global Solar manufacturing development
Speakers: Gulnara Abdulli (LONGi Solar) Christian Staudt, (McKinsey& Company), Markus Beck (US Department of Energy) Cosimo Gerardi (Enel Green Power)
Session 2: Competitiveness of EU production, supply chain of overall PV ecosystem
Speakers: Ozer Ergul (Aquila Capital), Wolfgang Storm (Wacker Chemie), Peter Fath (RCT Solutions), Goran Bye (Norwegian Cristals), Lucas Weiss (Voltec Solar), Christoph Podewils (Meyer Burger)
Day 2
Session 3: Photovoltaics innovative technologies manufacturing
Speakers: Ralf Preu (Fraunhofer ISE), Anis Jouini (CEA Liten), Gerard de Leede (Solarge), Rafaella Giardino (CARBON)
Session 4: Sustainability and Social impact of Photovoltaics
Speakers: Karsten Wambach (Bifa Umweltinstitut GmbH), Gernot Oreski Polymer Competence Center Leoben (PCCL), Laura Miranda Perez (Oxford PV), Raffaele Rossi (SolarPower Europe), Wolfgang Storm (Wacker Chemie AG)