Highlights of Intersolar Europe 2015


Intersolar Europe, the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry, has reopened its doors on June 10th, with more than 1,000 exhibitors set to present their products and services at Messe München until June 12. A diverse program of events and presentations is complementing the exhibition segment, providing in-depth insights into current market and technological trends as well as the key topics of the exhibition.


It is anticipated that approximately 40,000 visitors will attend the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry from June 10–12, while more than 1,000 exhibitors are due to showcase their products and services on an exhibition area of 72,000 square meters. Meanwhile, the Intersolar Europe Conference program began at the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München on June 9. Here, a total of around 1,100 attendees are expected to listen to 200 conference speakers until June 10.


The opening day of the exhibition is dedicated to outstanding technical innovations. The Intersolar AWARD is being presented in the categories of Photovoltaics and Solar Projects in Europe from 4:30pm (Innovation Exchange, hall B3, booth B3.450). Visitors have the opportunity to find out about the nominated projects during short presentations held between 10:30am and 3:00pm, where they can also learn more about industry trends and challenges. 

Our energy supply system is becoming smarter and smarter. Energy management systems from smart homes to the microgrid are the focus of the Smart Energy Solutions track taking place at the Innovation Exchange on Thursday, June 11 from 12:00pm to 3:15pm. 

Applied workshops give visitors to Intersolar Europe the chance to deepen their knowledge. One of the topics covers financing solar projects in emerging and developing countries, and is set to see representatives of solar companies and financing experts introduce sample projects. Together with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the German Solar Association (BSW-Solar) is organizing a workshop entitled From Niche to Mainstream – Falling Costs of Solar Open New Market Segments for Solar Applications. Further workshops turn their attention to solar park auctions, on-site PV consumption models, the new energy label for solar thermal systems, and PV installation and battery recycling (all in hall B1, room B11). 

Intersolar Europe has joined forces with the East Bavarian Technology Transfer Institute (OTTI), BSW-Solar and the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) to dedicate, for the first time, a separate platform to the growing market of off-grid PV and hybrid systems. In addition to the program on offer at BSW-Solar’s booth (hall B1, booth B1.558), the OTTI conference entitled Small PV Applications – Rural Electrification and Commercial Use also forms part of the Off-Grid Platform, and is being held prior to the exhibition at the ICM on June 9 and 10. 

Visitors can find out about technological developments and legal conditions for environmentally friendly heating by attending the presentations at the Forum on Renewable Heating which take place on all three days of the exhibition (hall B4, booth B4.131). For the first time, visitors to Intersolar Europe do not have far to travel to network with experts from the pellets industry. This is due to the 14th Pellets Industry Forum and the ENplus-Conference taking place in parallel with Intersolar Europe at the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 11–12.


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