37th EU PVSEC, 07 - 11 September 2020
CCL Lisbon Congress Centre, Lisbon, Portugal

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Participate in the world’s largest specialist PV Solar Conference!

Connect with the global PV community at EU PVSEC in September to gain knowledge, explore trends and discuss what is needed to keep up the new solar momentum in Europe.

Dates: 07 - 11 Sept 2020
Hours: Monday - Thursday 08:30 - 18:30 / Friday 08:30 - 13:10
Venue: CCL Lisbon Congress Centre, Lisbon, Portugal

Call for Papers is open: Submit your abstracts by 7 February 2020!


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In 2020 the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference moves south-west, to Lisbon, Portugal, and will be held in the week of 7-11 September. We invite workers in all fields concerned with photovoltaic energy generation to submit abstracts within the 7th February 2020 deadline. The EU PVSEC continues to be the leading platform for the global PV community to meet and discuss new ideas and concepts. The conference maintains at its heart the sharing and development of technical knowledge regarding PV materials, cells and systems. It also sees as essential the dissemination of work that helps ensure rapidly increasing quantities of renewable energy, especially that generated by PV, can be integrated into the current and future energy network.

Dr. Robert Kenny
European Commission Joint Research Centre
EU PVSEC Technical Programme Chair


The international Conference Programme is structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations. These cover the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications with a special emphasis on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends.

With more solar PV capacities installed than any other power technology in recent years and all Market Outlook Scenarios showing strong growth, EU PVSEC extends its focus to applied and policy-orientated topics to reflect this rapid increase. While solar is the most versatile and often lowest cost power generation source in Europe today, EU PVSEC continues to strengthen the importance and potential of solar among global researchers, policy-makers and industry.


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Coordination of the Technical Programme

1 0 EC JRC

 

Institutional PV Industry Cooperation

2 1 SolarPowerEurope     2 2 SOLARUNITED

Institutional Support

1 1 EC

1 2 UNESCO

1 3 WCRE

 Supporting Organisations

  • 3 1 ESA
  • 3 2 EREF
  • 3 3 EUFORES
  • 3 4 REN21
  • 3 5 IEA PVPS
  • 3 6 EUPVTP
  • 3 7 0 TKI
  • 3 7 EUREC
  • 3 8 ARE
  • 3 9 Region Sud

 

Supporting Associations

  • 4 1 AIE
  • 4 2 CABA
  • 4 3 EPIC
  • 4 4 SASIA
  • 4 5 AREA
  • 4 6 GENSED
  • 4 7 MPIA

 

Cooperating Events

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Organisation

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