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In addition to domestic players SMA, Steca, IBC, LTi REEnergy and Goldbeck, winners also included Japan's TMEIC, Ideal Power and ViZn from the U.S. and Bulgaria's International Power Supply.
Interest from international PV players has dominated discussions at the show, reflecting Europe's diminishing influence in the industry.
The Amsterdam-based team is developing a platform that will offer virtual net metering, allowing investors to compare the production of their share of solar installations against their domestic electricity production.
The new projects are expected to be fully-developed and completed by early 2015 and are slated for sale to third party investors.
The Intersolar Europe trade show continues on Thursday in Munich with some exhibitors reporting reduced traffic on last year. However, a significant level of optimism remains.
To facilitate its European expansion, Sungevity has taken full ownership of its Dutch unit Zonline, soon to be rebranded as Sungevity Netherlands, which will serve as the company's European headquarters.
The duties would be applied to both solar panels and cells and effectively close a loophole that allowed Chinese manufacturers to bypass import tariffs by using non-Chinese solar cells in their panels.