Events

Upcoming featured events

Scottish Renewables Solar Conference & Exhibition

Scottish Renewables Solar Conference & Exhibition

06 Sep - 07 Sep, 2016
• Edinburgh, Scotland

The conference will offer the most up-to-date policy discussions in a crucial period for the solar industry, and will attract the key players and decision makers from the public and private sectors, communities and the supply chain.The first Scottish Renewables Solar Conference will examine: How we achieve subsidy free solar, How to overcome ownership issues for rooftops, What changes are required to achieve our solar thermal potential, The role of solar in developing sustainable buildings for the future & The outlook for future technologies, in both energy production and storage.

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WEBINAR: Financing the Future of Solar PV

WEBINAR: Financing the Future of Solar PV

08 Sep, 2016
• Global

This webinar will be hosted by Richard Rushin from Trina Solar, Alex James from Alexa Capital and Finlay Colville from Solar Intelligence. Liam Stoker from Solar Media will be chairing the event. The content has been designed to educate and provide insight into the different financial models utilised by installers currently active in the commercial rooftop market. Finlay Colville will provide a market update, while Alex James will discuss some of the financial models available for commercial rooftop installations and how they can be suited to the requirements of different customers. There will be time for questions at the end for installers wishing to know more about the financial models discussed during the webinar.

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Clean Energy Live 2016

Clean Energy Live 2016

04 Oct - 06 Oct, 2016
• Birmingham, United Kingdom

The UK’s solar and clean energy industries will meet this October at Birmingham’s NEC for Solar Energy UK / Clean Energy Live, Europe’s second largest B2B solar and storage event in the second half of the calendar year, where solar, energy storage and energy management connect. SEUK is evolving into a broader exhibition – Clean Energy Live, opening up new market segments from the roof to the smart home and bringing whole building energy solutions to the mainstream. The show will continue feature solar and Storage leading the low carbon transition with the return of the Solar Business and Installer Central theatres.

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Solar Power Portal Awards and Clean Energy Awards

Solar Power Portal Awards and Clean Energy Awards

05 Oct, 2016
• The Hilton Metropole, Birmingham, UK

The Solar Power Portal Awards return for a fourth consecutive year this October. Hosted by stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr, the annual celebration of the PV industry has evolved to include the successes of the wider clean technology space – with the inaugural Clean Energy Awards. Established to recognise outstanding achievement in the solar and clean energy sectors within the last 12 months, the awards (sponsored by Trina Solar) will be announced at a prestigious presentation and gala dinner ceremony on Wednesday 5th October at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham.

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Solar PV Ireland

Solar PV Ireland

15 Nov - 17 Nov, 2016
• Dublin, Ireland

This two day event brings together high level decision makers from the Department of Communication Energy and Natural Resources, the Commission for Energy Regulation, ESB Networks, EirGrid and developers, installers and financiers to provide updates, incite discussion and release bottlenecks to accelerate sustainable deployment of solar PV across the Republic of Ireland.

Raising Standards in Solar PV Operations & Maintenance

Raising Standards in Solar PV Operations & Maintenance

06 Dec, 2016
• London, UK

SolarPower Europe and the Solar Trade Association are running a joint conference in London on the 6th December aimed at raising standards in O&M. With the rapid growth in UK utility scale assets approaching 8GW, including commercial rooftop, there is a proportional growth in the number of O&M providers entering the market both in the UK and across Europe. To meet these challenges, SolarPower Europe launched their ‘O&M Best Practices Guidelines’ through their task force, and the STA has set up a working group with the objective of raising standards across the sector.