36th EU PVSEC, 09 - 13 September 2019
Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Centre, Marseille, France

The EU PVSEC 2019 Parallel Events offer a deep insight into specific topics along the most recent PV technology, PV application and market trends and address to global decision makers from industry, research, finance and politics. The Parallel Events are open to all registered conference participants.

EU PVSEC 2019 Call for Parallel Events

You wish to organise a Parallel Event during the EU PVSEC 2019?

Submit your proposal including the following details:

  • Organiser(s)
  • Title of the event
  • Short description
  • Event topics
  • Target audience
  • Number of attendees expected

Your proposal will be reviewed by the EU PVSEC Executive Committee to assure the complementarity to the EU PVSEC overall Conference Programme and to avoid any content or timing overlaps.
The Organisers of Parallel Events are responsible for the publication of the programme and are in charge for covering the costs of the Parallel Event.

Parallel Events will be advertised and promoted on the EU PVSEC conference website, news, social media and the programme brochure.
The slots for Parallel Events are limited and will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis.

Please send your proposal to Ms. Melanie Kern, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by 20 March 2019.


 

EU PVSEC 2018 Parallel Events

Presentations of the following Parallel Event 2018 are available:

Horizon 2020 projects: Backing the European PV industry

Horizon2020

EU-funded actions from material research to market deployment

Day: Thursday, 27 September 2018
Parallel event during the 35th EU PVSEC on 27 September 2018 initiated by EC DG Research and Innovation and INEA. The purpose of this event will be to introduce the current Horizon 2020 projects working on photovoltaics, EU-funded actions from material research to market development, with a strong focus on how industrial project partners benefit from Horizon 2020 in the development of their activities. In addition, the workshop will highlight what Horizon Europe, the successor to H2020, will do in support of RES and PV in the future.