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Solar Media and PV-Tech to exhibit at SNEC

  • This year’s SNEC is set to attract over 150,000 visitors.
    This year’s SNEC is set to attract over 150,000 visitors.

SNEC International Photovoltaic Power Generation Exhibition has become the largest solar-related conference and exhibition in China, and as Platinum Media Sponsor & Special Print Publication Partner, PV-Tech's publisher Solar Media will take this opportunity to further its rapid expansion into China.

This year’s SNEC is set to attract over 150,000 visitors, and will launch the first PV Production Forum China 2013, organised by the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition and the International Photovoltaic Equipment Association.

The Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association will once again host the APIVA DAY on 13 May, which offers the opportunity for global solar leaders to find ways to move the industry forward.

PV-Tech's parent company Solar Media is inviting delegates to attend its event “Doing Solar Business in the UK” following its success at Intersolar Europe in Munich last year.

Doing Solar Business in the UK will bring together the UK's key industry experts to discuss the future of the UK solar market, plans to achieve the government’s 22GW ambition and the role of both small and large-scale solar markets in the years to come. This special event is free to attend. To book your tickets in advance or find out more information, please contact David Evans – devans@pv-tech.org.

Interested parties can meet the team of PV-Tech and its parent company Solar Media at booth E1-108-109-110 from 14 to 16 May at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.

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