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Solar Power Market Outlook

Start Date:06 Jul 11 

Global investment in clean energy reached $243 billion in 2010, a huge increase of $56.5 compared to 2009 and much of this money went into solar and wind farms.

With capital flowing into the sector and global behemoths such as China ramping up demand for investment, now is a critical time to maximise on burgeoning opportunity and avoid potential pitfalls. China installed 16.5GW last year, three times that of the US but with concerns about the sustainability of the country's growth it’s crucial to continuously update your knowledge.

The Solar Power Market Outlook conference will enable you to hear the leading experts in the field on forecasts for demand, costs, economics, growth and development of next generation technology. Through interactive presentations and question sessions with the leading independent solar market analysts, you'll gather the tools you need to make strategic investments in 2012 and beyond.

The event will be a crucial platform for the in-depth debate of how the cutting edge of technology development and market maturing will affect the market.

Solar Power Market Outlook will take place in London. If you would like more information, please send an enquiry.

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