Solar energy is booming once again in Germany, with ambitious government plans aiming at double-digit expansion rates for gigawatts output from photovoltaics starting in 2024.
In turn, this will significantly boost demand for photovoltaics products and services, covering both traditional planning and implementation of PV installations and new areas of business: With more and more power generated by photovoltaics becoming available, connecting PV installations with storage to decouple generation and consumption will become more relevant. Half of all private PV installations are now equipped with a storage system.
There is also an increasing demand for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure that is unlocking new potential. The energy solutions of the future will connect PV storage devices with electric vehicles, be it for charging or for connecting vehicle batteries to stabilize the power grid.
Sector coupling is the name of the game when it comes to new, lucrative commercial potential. At The smarter E Europe, you have the unique opportunity to attend four parallel exhibitions on PV, storage, energy management and e-mobility at once.
The Trend Paper Photovoltaic Storage Systems and E-mobility in Germany offers background information and market figures as well as an overview of points of interest during The smarter E Europe.
The "Market Overview Charging Systems" offers all interested parties – from specialists to newcomers in the field of charging infrastructure – a manufacturer-independent overview of the current charging systems on the market.
Expert Interviews on the topic:
In several episodes of The smarter E Podcast we also tak a look at the combination of PV, Storage and E-mobility.
Among others, visit the following exhibitors in the theme area
Excerpt from the exhibitor list without claim to completeness, as of April 06, 2022
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, A5.280
FIMER SPA, B4.330
Fronius International GmbH, B4.310
Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH, A1.270
IBC SOLAR AG, A4.470
KOSTAL Solar Electric GmbH, B3.130
Krannich Group GmbH, A4.380
MVV Energie AG, A5.470
SHENZHEN GROWATT NEW ENERGY CO., LTD., B4.430
SMA Solar Technology AG, B3.210
SolarEdge Technologies GmbH, B4.110
Viessmann Deutschland GmbH, B2.150
sonnen GmbH, B1.130
SENEC GmbH, B1.310
E3/DC (HagerEnergy), B1.24
Alfen BV, B2.210
Alpha ESS, B1.150
RCT Power, B1.220
ABB Mobility, B6.512
BayWa r.e Power Solutions (Intersolar)
Coneva (SMA), B6.529
eCharge Hardy Barth, B6.480
Schneider Electric, B6.250
Turbo Energy S.L., B2.358