35th EU PVSEC, 24 - 28 September 2018
SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium

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  • Monday to Friday
  • 25 - 29 September 2017



Participate in the World’s Largest Specialist PV Solar Conference

The experts of the PV solar branch meet in Amsterdam to discuss new concepts, trends and developments in science and industry. The EU PVSEC provides the most inspiring platform for dialogue and information exchange across the World.

The international Conference programme will be structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations and cover the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications, focusing on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends. Now, that Photovoltaic Solar Energy is becoming a major electricity source, the EU PVSEC extended its focus to applied and policy-oriented topics. The EU PVSEC thus strengthens its established leading role in science and technology among the players of the global PV sector.

Message of Nigel Taylor, Technical Programme Chairman

I'm delighted to announce the programme for EU PVSEC 2017. Once again the EU PVSEC is offering both a world-class overview and in-depth insights to the latest research. Check out the link below for the listing of presentations, as well as the overall time schedule for the week.

All this is possible thanks to a great response to the call for abstracts, with over 1260 quality submissions.  The Scientific Committee reviewers have diligently checked all the contributions, from which the Topic Organisers have selected the plenaries, orals and visuals.  A big thanks to everyone involved, and to all authors and co-authors, good luck with your preparations for the conference presentations and papers themselves.

Nigel Taylor
European Commission Joint Research Centre
EU PVSEC Technical Programme Chair


Conference Programme:

EUPVSEC2017 ConferenceProgrammeOutline web 

Call for Papers - Late Abstract Submission

You still have the chance to hand in a late abstract!

Find all detailed information in the "Authors' Workstation".