In 2016, more than 12,000 visitors, 12% more than last year, flocked to the exhibition, underlining the enthusiastic response to the event. Intersolar India’s is an ideal event for staying in touch with the trends and developments in the Indian solar market. Solar experts from around the wolrd consider the exhibition an important part of their information platform. For example at the Presentation Stage with lots of interesting exhibitor presentations, at the different Pavilions (Country Pavilions from Germany and the USA as well as State Pavilions from India) or the special exhibitions (ees India, Power2Drive India, EnergyDecentral India).
Look back: Exhibitors 2016
Intersolar India will be hosting and highlighting three special exhibitions this year. It is proud to once again host the ees India, highlighting the many ways in which innovative engineering is reshaping the industry. ees India brings together all the key players from India’s energy sector: suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and end-users of electrical energy storage technologies. The focus at ees is on energy storage solutions suited to energy systems with increasing amounts of renewable energy sources attracting investors, utilities, installers, manufacturers and project developers from all over the world. EnergyDecentral India, the international exhibition for innovative energy supply, takes place for the first time together with the exhibition Intersolar India in Mumbai. EnergyDecentral India will offer a unique platform for new trends in biogas production and use as well as vast networking opportunities for exhibitors interested in entering the Indian market. The exhibition Power2Drive India showcases electric mobility solutions and technologies and reflects the interaction between electric vehicles and a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply. It is an industry hotspot for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and start-ups in the emerging field of electric mobility and transportation.
The Solar PV Intensive course on December 5 will cover the basics of PV, including the development of the industry to where it is today, growing exponentially. This course will cover the different types of PV systems and EPC contracting. The second photovoltaics workshop on December 6 will cover the system components of various types of PV systems, including grid-tied and battery based systems. Amongst others, the course will give insights in the mechanical design of PV systems and common ways of installing ground mounted and roof mounted PV systems in a way to boost PV system energy production. Additionally, this course will cover operation and maintenance of PV systems and how to troubleshoot solar photovoltaic systems.
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