At the smarter E-Intersolar Europe trade show this week, awards have been given to the technologies driving the energy transition to a low carbon future. Prizes include the Intersolar Award, recognizing PV technology; the EES prize for storage innovation; and the smarter E awards – one of which was given to an off-grid agricultural project in Australia.
This year, among other things, there were awards for a new solar module, a mounting system for water surfaces, various efficient storage concepts and an innovative concept for cooling milk.
Europe’s largest solar trade show kicked off this morning in Munich. More than 1,100 organizations from 51 countries are hosting exhibits at the show, and around 40,000 visitors from 160 countries are expected to descend on the International Congress Center in Munich over the show’s duration.
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