Solar meets Glass 2011
3rd Photovoltaics Thin‐Film Week
11 ‐15 April 2011 in Berlin‐Adlershof
The Photovoltaics Thin‐Film Week is the world's unique week devoted to thin‐film photovoltaics. During the week, specialized scientific workshops meet with a practical industry forum on topics such as market development, production and financing. Both experts from R&D as well as executives and managers from the solar industry will meet at this international event in Adlershof. Additionally, investors and representatives from the press and politics will be present.
Once more, the Photovoltaics Thin‐Film Week will create a unique bridge between science and industry.
Photovoltaics Thin‐Film Week is a cooperation of PVcomB and Solarpraxis.
The Photovoltaics Thin-Film Week combines a variety of events. For a detailed description of each event please download the overview PDF or klick on the picture below.
The "Solar meets Glass 2011" conference
For the second time Solarpraxis AG, renowned service provider in the solar energy sector with long-term experience in engineering as well as in organizing of conferences, and Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, as competent partners with long standing experience in the areas of solar and glass, established a platform for the discussion of pressing issues of the solar and the glass industry.
The „Solar meets Glass – 2nd Industry Summit for Quality, Logistics and Materials“ brings the solar and glass industry together in order to discuss the current issues of both sectors. After a market and technology overview of photovoltaics and glass, the focus will be on the topics of quality, cost reduction and logistics.
- Solar module manufacturers for thin-film as well as crystalline PV
- Equipment suppliers from the glass and solar industry
- Automation technology suppliers
- Solar system integrators and manufacturers of mounting systems for PV-plants
- Glass manufacturers
- System providers for glass applications and mounting systems for glass
- Investors, banks, analysts
Especially the management levels are addressed here (CEOs, CTOs), but also product managers, developers and purchasers from glass and solar industry companies and equipment manufacturers as well.