BePositive 2019 trade show – just a few weeks away – taking PV center stage


Taking place at Eurexpo in Lyon on February 13-15, the BePositive 2019 show is dedicated to the energy transition, with some 550 exhibitors and brands and an expected 30,000 professional visitors expected.

The organizers say solar PV is at the core of this year’s event. Buoyed by a market enjoying dynamic worldwide growth, the PV sector will occupy a bigger space at the event than in previous years.

Aside from stronger PV industry representation, the organizers of BePositive believe the event will grow by 40% compared to 2017, attracting more solar panel manufacturers and inverter suppliers. The show will be attended by professionals from across the sector, ranging from manufacturers to developers, installers, engineering offices and others.

Thematically, the exhibition will feature solutions from across the industry, including panels, inverters, structures, fastening systems, energy storage, self-consumption, energy control, distribution grids and their management, electric vehicles, charging stations, fuel cells and more.

The BePositive awards will recognize the most appealing innovations among the new products and services on show.

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A gathering of new energy players

There will be panel discussions, symposia, conferences and presentations tackling the more contentious topics of the energy transition. Issues to be discussed include smart grids, floating PV, electric vehicles and project financing.

Among the panel members will be representatives from: the Energies Renouvelables syndicate’s National Photovoltaics Symposium; the Consumption at Source and Storage conference, organized by INES; and the EURAFRIC Forum, held by west and central African business development agency ADEA; plus two TV stages will feature topical debates on new energy, buildings and regional markets.

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