Thin-Film Industry Forum 2011
3rd Thin-Film Week
11-15 April 2011, 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 Thin-Film Industry Forum 2011
The 3rd "Thin-Film Industry Forum" on 14th and 15th April 2011 in Berlin will look at all the issues around thin-film technology - from the political environment, through international market development, finance and marketing, to sales, production capacity, availability of materials, quality assurance and recycling.
The Thin-Film Industry Forum will form a key event that will bring the players of the solar industry together with representatives from politics, the financial world, the press and the industry's suppliers.
The 2nd Thin-Film Industry Forum was held on 22 to 23 April 2010 in Berlin-Adlershof. With 370 participants, this is the world‘s largest event exclusively dedicated to thin film.
- The political climate
- Markets and market growth expectations
- Overview of technologies, potentials and costs
- Financing and bankability
- Quality assurance
- Life cycle management
- Production matters
- Round-up of German and international producing thin-film companies
The conference is aimed at CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, technicians and marketing managers from the Thin-Film PV sector as well as suppliers, investors, media representatives and politicians.