IPVSEE 2009: The leading PV Solar Energy Exhibition in Beijing

The new International Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 2009 (IPVSEE 2009), the largest PV Solar show in China, is set for inaugural opening November 18th-20th 2009, at the World Trade Center, Beijing, China.

Beijing - The new International Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 2009 (IPVSEE 2009), the largest PV Solar show in China, is set for inaugural opening November 18th-20th 2009, at the World Trade Center, Beijing, China. Trade players in equipment production, component manufacturing and system integration, as well as government authorities and international professional associations in the solar industry, will gather at this important event.


IPVSEE 2009 is the most significant PV solar exhibition organized jointly by China Renewable Energy Society (CRES) and Euro-China Solar Promotion Association (ECSPA). This initiative has won considerable support from New Energy Department of National Energy Administration (NEA), Department of High and New Technology Development and Industrialization of MOST P.R.C. and Gruppo Imprese Fotovoltaiche Italiane.

Economically, China is the most dynamic country with the greatest PV development potential in the world; in the future 10 years, the total investment of new energy will amount to RMB 3,000 billion (about US $440 billion) and will be focused on the PV and solar energy industry.

As the authoritative window to learn more about China supporting policies and new energy strategies, IPVSEE 2009 will showcase the latest industry trends and provide an opportunity to network with international professional authorities.

Additionally, Golden Sun PV Industry Summit 2009, that is held concurrently with IPVSEE on November 18th-19th 2009 at China World Hotel, will gather professionals and experts in the industry. Mayors of PV Demonstration Cities Forum and The Prospect of Large-scale PV Power Plant in Desert Area will attract officials, company decisions-makers and experts from all over the world.

Golden Sun Demonstration Program represents another significant fiscal supporting policy, being processed by MOF, NEA and MOST P.R.C, on PV power generation projects of more than 500MW total installed capacity.

IPVSEE 09 conference themes include:
China PV Policies and Market
Advanced Techniques of PV Industry
The Prospect of the Large-scale PV Power Plant in Desert Area
International Marketing Strategy of PV Industry
PV Financing and Investment Strategy of China
Testing Technique and Standardization

IPVSEE 2009, which includes a total exhibiting space of over 215,280 square feet, is PV enterprises' preferred platform to promote brands and find new commercial partners. China TOP10 giants as Suntech-Power, Tianwei Solar Films and Sungrow Power, are registered exhibitors of IPVSEE. In addition, the India and Italy pavilions have already reserved their space.

To accompany the IPVSEE, and to promote environment protection and scientific information, two other industry related events, "The 30 Years Review of China New Energy Pictures Show" and "The Popular Science Showcasing on Photovoltaic Power Generation" will share the ideas on these timely issues.

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