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New edition of the “Solar Meets Glass” international conference


January 14, 2011
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Jan. 14, 2011 – On April 13 the Solar Meets Glass – 2nd Industry Summit for Quality, Logistics and Materials conference will once again bring together the glass and solar energy industry to the same table to discuss the overlap of pressing themes from both sectors. The conference is being held within the framework of the “3rd Photovoltaics Thin-Film Week”, the world’s largest event for thin-film photovoltaics, in Berlin, Germany at the Technologiepark Adlershof. In addition to a market and technology overview, the themes of quality, logistics and material will also be on the agenda.

Jan. 14, 2011 – On April 13 the Solar Meets Glass – 2nd Industry Summit for Quality, Logistics and Materials conference will once again bring together the glass and solar energy industry to the same table to discuss the overlap of pressing themes from both sectors. The conference is being held within the framework of the “3rd Photovoltaics Thin-Film Week”, the world’s largest event for thin-film photovoltaics, in Berlin, Germany at the Technologiepark Adlershof. In addition to a market and technology overview, the themes of quality, logistics and material will also be on the agenda.

The event is directed at the manufacturers of thin film as well as crystalline photovoltaics, solar system integrators and the manufacturers of PV installation systems. The event is also addressing the suppliers of automation technology, glass manufacturers, system suppliers of glass application and glass installation systems as well as suppliers to the glass and solar energy sector.

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As far as the conference is concerned, Solarpraxis AG, one of the leading know-how providers in the renewable energies industry with many years of experience both as a conference organizer and in the engineering sector, is cooperating with Messe Düsseldorf. This is the continuation of the conference format, which celebrated its successful premiere at glasstec/solarpeq in 2010. Glasstech had brought together around 200 experts, who were unanimous in positively assessing this opportunity for dialogue. The event focused on the increasing significance of the material glass in reducing costs and increasing the degree of effectiveness in photovoltaic applications. With the second Solar Meets Glass conference this format is now also being established in the period between the fair.


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