With the current and increasing onus on solar energy as a practical way to use green energy, it should not come as a surprise to learn there are numerous events taking place to help further the industry. 2013 is going to be another good year in terms of solar energy events across the world.
Here are some of the ones that have already cropped up on the calendar.
Solar PV and Thermal Exhibition in Bulgaria
The market for solar energy in the Balkans is looking promising, and that is one of the reasons this exhibition has been organised. Taking place on 29th May 2013, it promises to be a showcase for top companies in this area, furthering interest in solar energy in the process.
The Solar Decathlon 2013
This is one of the biggest events in the calendar in the world of solar energy. It involves colleges and universities, and the task is to build an energy efficient house that looks good and is also within the price range of most people. The 2013 event is all set to take place on Orange County Great Park in California.
The Solar World Congress 2013
We’ve got another year to wait for this one, but in November 2013 hundreds of people will descend on Mexico for six days to take part in the Solar World Congress. Solar energy is the focus of the event, which has meetings, speeches and various other events all rolled into the event itself.
Solar Asia Expo 2013
Malaysia plays host to the Solar Asia Expo in 2013, over three days in September. Every aspect of the solar energy industry will be represented and focused on here, from the latest in solar panels to the latest methods for fitting them. This will be the biggest event of its kind in this part of the world.
Solar is hot the world over
Forgive the pun, but it’s clear that solar energy is not simply a flash in the pan. Instead it is developing the world over and no matter where you look, events are taking place to bring the world of solar energy and its possibilities to a wider audience. Whether those events are aimed at those in the business or those of a younger age who will be using more green energy in the future, these events clearly have a big role to play.
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