June 17-21, 2013
Electricity storage and grid integration will be key topics at Intersolar Europe 2013 in Munich, 19-21 June, according to conference organizers.
Electricity storage and grid integration will play an increasingly crucial role in implementing the energy revolution and restructuring energy systems in the future, and as a result the organizers are planning to dedicate an exhibition segment to energy storage systems in hall B5 in 2013.
Another important topic next year will be opening up and linking new growth markets for solar technology and especially for PV.
Established markets such as Germany, Italy or France are in transition due to changes in political and economic conditions. Elsewhere, market research companies are reporting signs of bolstered demand in up to 60 nations across the world.
How companies involved in the industry can benefit from this potential in the future is one of the topics of Intersolar Europe 2013 and the accompanying Intersolar Europe Conference.
Alongside the long-running topics of efficiency and costs, Intersolar Europe 2012 focused specifically on the future development of the industry. Thanks to the PV and E-Mobility special exhibit, this year's exhibition showcased for the first time how solar power and e-mobility can be combined. The plan for 2013 is to continue to consolidate the interest in the topic and to devote an exhibition segment in hall B5 of Intersolar Europe to it for the first time.