Hanergy gears up for participation in Intersolar Europe Exhibition 2019


The world’s largest thin-film power solutions company, Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, will participate in the 2019 Intersolar Europe Exhibition.

As part of the three-day conference and exhibition at the Messe München Exhibition Centre in Munich from next Wednesday to Friday, Hanergy is showcasing its most promising solar solutions.

As a world leading clean energy company, Hanergy is dedicated to contributing to the global movement for energy reform and Intersolar Europe is an ideal opportunity for the company to present its innovative solar mobile solutions to the European market.

Amongst the exhibits from Hanergy will be its HanPaper Plus, HanPack and Humbrella consumer products; the single and double glass HanTile, HanWall and HanBrick construction products; transportation solutions such as the Slide-in ground mounted system, Thin-Film Solar Roof and Hanergy Solar Roof; as well as flexible modules and production lines from Solibro and MiaSolé.

Confirming its participation at the upcoming Intersolar Europe exhibition, Hanergy intends to utilize the platform to build connections with industry vendors and professionals from Europe and around the world as it showcases its groundbreaking energy solutions.

Hanergy’s innovative BIPV product the HanTile has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Intersolar Award 2019, going up against heavyweights such as Huawei Technologies and ABB. The Intersolar Award is presented to companies making a substantial contribution to the success of the industry. Each year, the solar award honors technological innovations and groundbreaking solutions in photovoltaics.

Hanergy’s booth will be number C3310 in the C3 hall and is expected to host more than 1,300 visitors and thousands of energy experts from 160 nations.

Intersolar Europe, founded 27 years ago, has become one of the most important industry platforms for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners in the global solar industry. The exhibition focuses on photovoltaics, solar thermal technology and solar power plants as well as grid infrastructure and solutions for the integration of renewable energy.