Legal Notice

Solar Promotion GmbH

Kiehnlestraße 16
75172 Pforzheim
Germany

Tel: +49 7231 58598-0
Fax: +49 7231 58598-28
Email: info@solarpromotion.com

Management Board: Markus Elsässer (CEO),
Dr. Florian Wessendorf (Managing Director)
District Court Mannheim, HRB 505055

Tax-Number (VAT): DE813182707

Please note:
Intersolar Europe is organized by Solar Promotion GmbH, Pforzheim and Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG.

Further Content

Session

Buildings Becoming Power Plants: BIPV Technologies and Business Models

Jun/08/2021 - 11:30 am

ICM München, Room 14 C

Buildings are the power plants of the future. With the emergence of IoT, smart cities, and e-Mobility, building skins with integrated solar PV systems (BIPV) can contribute to both energy production and urban charging infrastructure. New advances and innovations are making BIPV increasingly appealing to the construction industry and driving demand for large-scale adoption. This session will showcase the unlimited potential of this technology, explore its implications for urban transformation both today and in future, and highlight new business models developed in response.

Session

A World in Transition: Global Trends and Transformation

Jun/08/2021 - 11:30 am

ICM München, Room 14 A

The world goes solar! Falling costs combined with a need to combat climate change, strengthened public awareness and acceptance of PV systems causes solar to rise. Increasingly regarded as the most versatile green energy solution, solar PV systems have now become the technology of choice for clean power generation. Touching on a series of global trends, including coupling solar and storage, integrating solar systems in transportation, and novel approaches such as agri-pholtaics or floating PV systems, speakers will cast the spotlight on trends set to shape the future of the global PV industry.

Session

Off-Grid: Rural Electrification - Experience and Perspectives 2

Jun/08/2021 - 02:30 pm

ICM München, Room 11

Time is running out to achieve SDG 7 by the envisaged deadline of 2030. Though global electrification continues to rise, ensuring universal access to affordable and reliable energy services still requires concerted political effort and major investment in energy technologies and public infrastructure. What can we learn from our experiences to date? What are the key challenges? Where are the pitfalls to avoid in future? Speakers in these two sessions will share their experience of rural electrification and discuss the lessons to learn for future project development, planning and financing.

Session

Off-Grid: Rural Electrification: Experience and Perspectives 1

Jun/08/2021 - 11:30 am

ICM München, Room 11

Time is running out to achieve SDG 7 by the envisaged deadline of 2030. Though global electrification continues to rise, ensuring universal access to affordable and reliable energy services still requires concerted political effort and major investment in energy technologies and public infrastructure. What can we learn from our experiences to date? What are the key challenges? Where are the pitfalls to avoid in future? Speakers in these two sessions will share their experience of rural electrification and discuss the lessons to learn for future project development, planning and financing.

Session

Agri-Photovoltaics: Harvesting the Sun While Cultivating Crops

Jun/08/2021 - 02:30 pm

ICM München, Room 14 C

A growing number of governments around the world face a double-edged challenge: How can they generate more clean solar power in future while ensuring that enough arable land is available to grow food for an increasing population? One proposed solution is a novel system known as Agri-Photovoltaics - the co-development of land for both solar PV and agricultural applications. Making sure neither use impairs the other, however, is a delicate task. Speakers will examine this unique concept and the technologies involved as well as the lessons learned to date and prospects for the future.</p> <br /><p>This session is jointly organized by Intersolar, FhG/ISE and BayWa r.e.