Exhibit at and visit Japan’s largest PV show

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Japan's largest PV show – PV EXPO, organised by Reed Exhibitions Japan, will be held from 26 February (Wed) – 28 (Fri), 2020 at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan under World Smart Energy Week – the world's largest-scale smart energy show.

PV EXPO 2020 is expected to gather 70,000 visitors and 310 exhibitors including 70 newcomers! There will be 1,520 exhibitors in total of the seven concurrent shows from all over the world.

In 2019, the show concluded on a very high note with 66,576 visitors for three days (including concurrent shows) and was filled with active on-site business talks. PV EXPO has been attracting huge attention from a wide variety of energy industries from around the world, and positive comments from exhibitors and visitors were heard everywhere in the whole exhibition halls.

The exhibiting space of “PV EXPO 2020” is nearly sold out and only a few spaces are available. Check the available booth locations and contact us immediately to secure your exhibit space in time and expand your business in Japan & Asia-Pacific!

Current Available Exhibit Space (As of 28 November 2019): https://www.wsew.jp/doc_booth_en/  

*Spaces coloured in white are available.

 

Concurrent shows include:

 

Exhibiting info requests can be made here: https://www.wsew.jp/ex_en/

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