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

Photovoltaics | Forms | Landscapes - Energy as a Landscape Infrastructure

jointly with ENEA, Becquerel Institute, ETA-Florence and WIP Renewable Energies

Day: Tuesday, 10 September 2019PFL logos
Time: 13:30 – 17:00
Site: EU PVSEC at Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Centre, Marseille, France
Room: Auditorium 5 Morgiou, first floor
Access: Open to all Conference participants (on days registered)

This is a special event, at its 8th edition, in conjunction with the 36th EUPVSEC, organised by ENEA, Becquerel Institute, ETA-Florence and WIP-Munich.

The event highlights how architects, designers, developers, and researchers take up the challenge of letting photovoltaic systems interact with landscapes and buildings.

“Energy as a landscape infrastructure” is the challenge for this year’s edition, in Marseille.

Along with ambitious energy policy targets, the number of solutions for implementing photovoltaics is increasing. Floating photovoltaics, agrivoltaics, are only some of these new examples. This trend is changing photovoltaic system from being “intruders” in the landscape to being new infrastructures supporting also new ecosystem services.
This year’s edition is going to be a showcase of such new solutions.

 Programme Outline

13.30
Heinz Ossenbrink, former European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Welcome

Alessandra Scognamiglio, ENEA, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, Italy
Landscape complexity and energy transition: new theoretical frameworks and technological challenges.

PART I
New Theoretical Frameworks

13.50
Auréline Doreau, Project manager for the French Landscape and Energy chair, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage Versailles-Marseille, France
Thinking the great transition: from technical infrastructure to landscape approach

14.10
Joris Masafont, ADEME – ENSP, LAREP, Mines Paris Tech, Center O.I.E, France
New methodological approaches for the energy and ecological transition

14.30
Thomas Lebreuilly, Solar Technologies Director, Akuo Energy, France
Land use issues. Agrivoltaics and floating photovoltaics

14.50
Networking coffee

PART II
Technological Challenges

15.20
Philippe Malbranche, General Director, Institut National de l’Energie Solaire, INES, France
Integrated photovoltaics. Lessons learned and new approaches

15.40
David Richard, CEO ActivSkeen, France
Landmarks. The Nur Alem pavilion-museum for the Astana Expo 2017

16.00
Philip Pieters, Director Business Development, IMEC, Belgium
Manufacturing techniques to customize photovoltaic modules

16.20 – 17.00
Discussion and conclusions