Photovoltaic Technology Show Europe 2011 will be held from April 12-14, 2011, at Neue Messe Stuttgart in Germany. One of the biggest trade fair for photovoltaic production equipment, the event will be showcasing PV Industry (Manufacturers of production equipment and equipment components; Manufacturers of semi-finished and finished products (e.g. cells, modules); Producers of raw materials and supplies (e.g. silicon, coating material, process gas); Developers of BOS components (e.g. inverters, dataloggers); Suppliers of turnkey solutions; Providers of software solutions to secure production control, quality inspection and yield; and Research and test institutes featuring innovative projects and services). A large number of visitors and exhibitors would be catching First Class Flight
or flying business class to Europe
to meet and interact with leading players in the PV Industry, as well as showcase their latest products and services here. Among other major participants here will include Solar Cell/Module Manufacturers; Electric Industry-related Companies; House/Plant/Construction-related Companies; Cogeneration-related Companies; Universities/National Institutes; and Other Solar Cell/Module, PV System-related Companies.
When you book business class seats and travel by business class flights to Europe, don’t ever forget to attend PHOTON's 6th Solar Electric Utility Conference which will be held on April 14, 2011, in Berlin. Visitors flying air business class
to Europe to attend PHOTON's Solar Electric Utility Conference would greatly benefit from this. The conference will be examining solar power’s current and future impact on the traditional power generation sector – from business opportunities to develop new revenue streams to technical and economic challenges associated with both distributed and large-scale solar utilities. PHOTON’s Solar Electric Utility Conference would be bringing together stakeholders involved in the convergence of the energy sector, including utilities, regulators, PV companies, other distributed electricity technology companies and investors, to discuss the challenges and business opportunities.
You’ll be learning a great deal by attending the conference when you travel through business class airlines to Europe. The topics to be covered at PHOTON's 6th Solar Electric Utility Conference would be as follows: ‘Business models to address the large-scale PV market’, ‘Solar sector growth and cost estimates’, ‘Financing and owning solar power plants in European markets’, ‘Storage solutions for solar power’, and ‘Transmission and siting requirements: How to prepare the grid for multiple terawatt-hours of solar power’.