Exhibitor Press Releases

On this page you will be able to find important announcements and press releases from exhibitors of The smarter E Europe with its four parallel exhibitions Intersolar Europe, ees Europe, Power2Drive Europe and EM-Power Europe.

Exhibitors can find more information on this service in the Exhibitor Cockpit .

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Further Content
Webinar
Solar Energy in Africa - the Continent's New Role

26. September 2023

In this webinar we take a closer look at the insights from the recently released "Solarize Africa Market Report 2023" and showcase leading lighthouse projects.

Press Release
The Dawn of the Terawatt Age: Markets and Trends Drive the Global Solar Deployment

July 27, 2023

The worldwide PV market has hit a new growth record with a deployment of 239 gigawatts of newly installed capacity. Read more here.

Webinar Collection
Shining Light on LATAM Solar Markets: Insights from Brazil and Mexico

July 13th, 2023

free account

During this webinar, our panellists will explore the factors that have contributed to Brazil and Mexico's success, including regulatory frameworks, investment opportunities, and technological advancements. Additionally, they will share their perspectives on the latest policy initiatives, market dynamics, emerging technologies, and potential growth areas.

Michael Schmela, Executive Advisor to the CEO and a member of the leadership team of SolarPower Europe.
Global Market Outlook 2023-2027 – The Dawn of the Terawatt Age

The smarter E Podcast Episode 144 | Language: English

August 3, 2023

2022 is the year that unleashed the global solar potential in a new way. To get a little bit in depth with some of the Global Market Outlook for Solar Power 2023-2027 studies outcomes, we talked with Michael Schmela, Executive Advisor to the CEO and a member of the leadership team of SolarPower Europe.

Industry News
Agri PV in Italy: 593 Megawatts Approved

July 31, 2023

Italy funds Agri PV with 1,1 billion Euros and approves 593 megawatts of Agri PV.

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