The European solar industry discusses the future energy landscape – Be part of it!
With a strong focus on solar and battery energy storage and their role in decarbonization right throughout the European continent and economy, there is no better time to discuss how green electrons, jobs, and manufacturing can deliver a cleaner, more free future for Europe.
2 days, 10 program sessions:
A clean and free Europe | Role of solar & energy storage in delivering conflict-free clean energy. Remove roadblocks to deployment.
Contracts for rapid change | The changing solar PPA market: Shape of offtake contracts and trading and impact on development.
How to decarbonize homes today | How to meet the complex needs of fully electric households and what needs to change?
Bulking up, building out | Made in Europe technologies and businesses, from raw material to high-efficiency modules.
PV on wheels | Solar electric vehicles are growing in number and sophistication.
Solar everywhere | Novel solar applications on land, sea, and in our built environment.
Deploying high efficiency | How can high power outputs be best adopted and in what applications?
Module design choices and reliability | How to design for reliability for long-lived PV assets.
Sustainability in practice | Ever-rising expectations and increased investor sophistication, the sustainability landscape’s future.
High-tech energy storage | From green hydrogen to innovative new battery chemistries, the latest developments.
The mainstage program at Roundtables Europe 2022 will be in English, however, German, Spanish, and French networking discussions and breakout sessions with our European moderators will provide a wide range to attendees to join the discussion.
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