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Energy Photovoltaic Exhibtion in Greece, November 2012

7th International Exhibition Energy - Photovoltaic 2012
The 6th International Exhibition ENERGY-PHOTOVOLTAIC 2011 in Greece stamped the big business interest of the Greek market on PV systems, Renewable Energy Sources and Saving Energy. With more than 250 exhibitors and 20.000 business visitors, the exhibition, as every year, is the biggest one and the most interest meeting in Greece and S. Eastern Europe.

The 7th International Exhibition ENERGY-PHOTOVOLTAIC will be held from 1 to 4 November 2012 in the Exhibition center Metropolitan Expo (International Airport El. Venizelos) in Athens.

Ⅱ. Exhibit Range:

● Photovoltaic systems
● Solar Cells/Panels
● Components: Batteries, chargers, controllers, inverters, monitors, trackers.
● Solar Materials
● Solar Products: Lighting Products/Power Systems/Mobile Chargers/Water Pumps/ Solar Houseware / Other Solar Products
● PV Projects and System Integrators
● Wind Energy
● Thermal solar systems
● Geothermal Energy Systems
● Hydropower
● Saving energy systems

Ⅲ. Solar energy

PV Systems Installations
PV Systems (Modules –Solar Cells)
Charge Controllers
Mounting Systems
Solar tracking systems
Connection boxes
Cables and component parts
Monitoring Systems


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