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PV Power Plants 2011 Europe

Start Date:10 Mar 11 End Date:11 Mar 11


Utility-scale installations is the fastest growing PV sector and is on course to become one of the industry’s top markets in the future!

Now in its 2nd year, PV Power Plants – the world‘s first conference series to focus exclusively on large-scale solar power plants – continues to provide essential knowledge for those decision makers striving to gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest technologies, and market and industry developments.

Solarpraxis' experienced engineers ensure that our conference programs address the truly crucial issues facing the industry today. Don't miss this essential event, designed to meet the needs of investors, planners and components suppliers alike!


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