The 14th Forum Solarpraxis broadens its networking offerings with Business Speed Dating and Matchmaking sessions.

The international solar conference will explore new trade and business models.

Berlin, 13.11.2013. This year, the Forum Solarpraxis is expanding its focus on networking and knowledge exchange. The event is the largest non-technical solar conference in Europe. The new conference sections Business Matchmaking and Business Speed Dating will offer participants greater possibilities for cultivation and development of their network of business contacts and exchange of new business ideas. The event, organised by leading knowledge services provider Solarpraxis AG, will take place on 21st and 22nd November 2013 at the Hilton Hotel in Berlin. Last year approximately 700 international solar professionals attended the Forum Solarpraxis.


Press pictures can be found here: ftp://ftp937464:veJUsy0U2A5ETYQu@ftp.solarpraxis.de

The Program and further information about the event can be found here: http://www.solarpraxis.de/en/conferences/14-forum-solarpraxis/general-information/

For the Business Matchmaking sessions, all guests prior to the conference can register their interest in a "for sale" and a "wanted" list, in order to get in touch with potential business partners. The Business Speed Dating will take place on the evening of the first conference day. Interested parties still have the chance to apply for a place in the program here: http://www.solarpraxis.de/en/conferences/14-forum-solarpraxis/information-a-z/#c17914

In light of Germany's mature photovoltaics market and the progress of its renowned "energy transition" – its long-term transformation toward a renewable energy supply –its pioneers offer a significant example for the PV industry worldwide. In the context of current PV growth markets, the 14th Forum Solarpraxis will explore the themes of new and burgeoning trade and business models in the rapidly changing industry. This includes the growing opportunities present in self-consumption and storage of PV electricity. In addition, the structure of the future energy market and integration of PV electricity in the grid will be discussed by numerous industry experts.

In the CEO Panel, national and international market opportunities as well as new business approaches will be debated by world-class professionals including Dr. Alexander Kirsch from Centrosolar Group, Stuart Brannigan from ZnShine, Günter Haug from BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH, Karl-Heinz Remmers from Solarpraxis AG, Raymond Wong from Sungrow Power Supply and Udo Möhrstedt from IBC Solar.

Accompanying workshops and round table discussions on select topics will allow more space for individual questions and intensive exchange with speakers and other attendees. These workshops can also be booked individually based on the interests of a given participant.

The Forum Solarpraxis guides experts within the solar industry through new developments and offers greater possibilities for networking, so they can stay competitive in the hotly contested solar market. The 14th Forum Solarpraxis will be organized by Solarpraxis AG, a leading knowledge services provider in the renewable energy field and an organizer of about twenty conferences and expert workshops each year.

About Solarpraxis AG

Solarpraxis AG is one of the leading knowledge service providers in the renewable energy sector. The Berlin-based company has been providing clients with expertise and professional services in the fields of engineering, conference organization and publishing since 1998. As well as its oldest and most well-known event, Forum Solarpraxis, Solarpraxis AG also organizes numerous other conferences and workshops.
www.solarpraxis.de/en/

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