PV Power Plants 2014 - Turkey: New strategies and emerging markets Solar conference examines PV markets in Europe and the MENA region

The event will take place on 9 and 10 April 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference will be held in English.

Berlin, 26.02.2014. The PV Power Plants conference provides in-depth information on promising PV markets in Europe and the MENA region, including a special focus on the growing Turkish market. The event will take place on 9 and 10 April 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference will be held in English.


Turkey is one of the international photovoltaic industry's key growth markets. At PV Power Plants – Turkey, leading industry and technology experts will meet with local and international investors to discuss new trends and business developments.

Solar energy in Turkey is on the rise. In 2013, the government doubled funding and is now supporting photovoltaic systems up to one megawatt of capacity. In addition, all restrictions on self-consumption projects have been removed. It is expected that this will drive demand for solar power in the economically booming country with its growing energy demand and rising energy prices.

The conference will provide a comprehensive overview of the Turkish solar market, the legal, technical and economic environment and opportunities for project financing. The event will also present the latest information on solar project licensing and local production. Photovoltaic systems with Turkish-made components receive a higher feed-in tariff rate. In addition, Turkish as well as international self-consumption projects will be examined.

Conference participants will have the opportunity to join Turkish investors and energy utilities in two workshops focusing on "PV Project Quality in Turkey" and "Power supply and energy storage in Turkey". Participation in workshops can also be booked separately.

In addition to other markets in Europe and the MENA region, other key topics include technical innovations, strategies for future business models and energy storage.

Attendees will include international participants from the module, cell and component manufacturing sector, suppliers, network operators and utilities, project developers, planners, insurers, investors and law firm representatives.

PV Power Plants 2014 - Turkey is organized by Solarpraxis, one of the leading knowledge service providers in the renewable energy sector, and a major organizer of conferences and workshops.

For more information about the program and registration: http://www.solarpraxis.de/en/conferences/pv-power-plants-turkey/general-information/

About Solarpraxis
Solarpraxis is one of the leading knowledge service providers in the renewable energy sector. It provides expertise and professional service in the fields of engineering, conference organization and publishing. Solarpraxis has organized and hosted industry events for decision-makers since 1998, including its oldest event, Forum Solarpraxis, as well as numerous other conferences and workshops.

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