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SEE Solar 2013 - Solar PV & Thermal Exhibition

29 May 2013 - 31 May 2013 - Sofia, Bulgaria



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SEE Solar 2013 - Solar PV & Thermal Exhibition

29-31 May 2013, Sofia, Bulgaria. Organizer: Via Expo

A new report from the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) has pointed that the solar photovoltaic (PV) electricity continued its remarkable growth trend in 2011.

The solar market in South-East Europe is still small, but it is growing rapidly and it has a great potential to become a considerable part of the global renewable market.

SEE Solar Exhibition is targeted to the Region and its 2012 edition achieved a great success and gathered leading companies - manufacturers, installers, consultants and investors.

Testimonials

‘We are glad that we achieved our objectives. It is very important for us to participate in such major initiatives related to the green energy because we are convinced that ETEM has a key role in this sector in Bulgaria.’ Mr. Bulionis, ETEM Bulgaria

‘There was significant interest in the products of Hill & Smith from companies from Croatia, Italy, Romania, Czech Republic and Serbia, which contributed to the creation of useful contacts in these countries.’ Julia Koleva, Hill & Smith, Bulgaria

‘Well prepared and organized, best notes from us! Well done!’ Antonio Dzaja, Davide Gran, Heliocentris, Germany

‘The Bulgarian market is a good target for our company and we plan to work there for a long time’. Kerstin Schmidt, REC, Germany

Some Key Figures of the SEE Solar, EE & RE and ‘Save the Planet’ Exhibitions

  • 20% increase of the number of participants compared to 2011
  • Over 50 % of the exhibition area was covered by foreign companies
  • 412 exhibitors from 33 countries
  • Visitors from 47 countries
  • Austrian and USA Pavilions
  • Group Participations within projects, financed by EU funds

2013 Edition

Fronius, REFUsol GmbH, Sputnik Engineering AG (Solarmax), Diehl Ako Stiftung & CO. KG, Chinaland Solar, REC, SMA Central & Eastern Europe, etc. have already confirm their participating again.

Press Releases

Post Event Report 2012

Testimonials

Photogallery

Organiser: Via Expo

T/F+359 32 960 011, 945 459| E office@viaexpo.com| W www.viaexpo.com



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