PHOTON’s 4th Photovoltaic Technology Show 2009 Europe

Photovoltaic Technology Show 2009 to be held from 04.03.2009 - 06.03.2009. Location: Munich (Germany-Europe).

Advantages of exhibiting at Photon’s 4th Photovoltaic Technology Show 2009 Europe:- It will be the only event in Europe next year organized by the publishers of PHOTON International – the world’s leading PV magazine.  - It will be the only specialized solar event focused on showcasing the PV industry’s top manufacturers of production equipment and semi-finished products (from silicon to cells, and from slurry to encapsulation foils).  - The Photovoltaic Technology Show series draw high-level, trade professionals from around the world.

Why? Because the exhibition is accompanied by PHOTON Academy’s premiere conference series: PHOTON´s 7th Solar Silicon Conference, PHOTON´s 4th PV Production Equipment Conference (Part 1 – c-Si), PHOTON´s 4th PV Production Equipment Conference (Part 2 – Thin film), PHOTON´s 4th PV Investors Conference and PHOTON´s 2nd Solar Electric Utility Conference.

Over 10,000 total visitors are expected at the show – including investors, analysts, CEOs, R&D Engineers, sales, purchasing, business development and procurement managers – from start-up solar ventures to well established, publicly traded wafer/cell/module companies.

ICM – International Congress Centre Munich

Messe München GmbH

Exhibition Center

81823 Munich


Tel.: +49 89 / 949 230 23

600450 PHOTON’s 4th Photovoltaic Technology Show 2009 Europe
Date: 28 January 2009
Source: Photon-expo

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