NSG Group to Attend Shanghai SNEC PV Power Expo 2012

The sixth annual International Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference is taking place in the Shanghai New International Expo Center from 16 – 18 May 2012.

SNEC is renowned as a globally acknowledged PV show, focusing on the whole industry chain. Last year, there were over 1,800 exhibitors from 90 countries and regions and over 180,000 visitors from all over the world.

SNEC 2012 promises to be even bigger, with more than 2,000 exhibitors and over 200,000 visitors expected.

NSG Group will be located in Hall W1 Booth 360, where we will be showcasing our solar energy glass range. Amongst the products on display will be NSG TEC™ Improved Morphology, which offers significant enhancements in module efficiency.

The exhibition also offers its visitors a complimentary conference of workshops, talks from keynote speakers, industrial experts, scholars and entrepreneurs. These workshops and talks will cover all aspects of photovoltaic technology and manufacturing, including equipment, materials, processes and manufacturing integration, as well as emerging photovoltaic technologies and applications.

For information on our products and solar solutions please visit our website. Further updates can be found on the Pilkington Solar Energy News section.

To find out more about SNEC 2012, please visit the official website.

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