The future is once again looking bright for solar in the UK with 2019 certain to be a year of great change. Grid-connected capacity is predicted to reach an all-time high, with a strong pipeline of post-subsidy projects; falling product prices and a more favourable policy landscape.
So there’s already plenty to celebrate at Solar & Storage Live 2019; but there’s also the bigger picture to look at as solar rapidly takes it’s place as a key renewable in the energy system of the future.
With changes in the nature of supply and demand, increasing digitisation, the integration of storage, and a move towards a greater penetration of electric vehicles on the grid, our agenda has evolved to cover all the most important opportunities and challenges for those working in the complex and evolving energy landscape.
Now in its 6th year, Solar Energy UK (SEUK) has established itself as the no.1 UK exhibition for all professionals within the solar industry, attracting over 200 exhibitors and 3,402 'unique' visitors last year from 50+ countries.
The UK solar industry is rapidly changing, becoming more dynamic, maturing and opening out. SEUK is the only solar-focussed UK show to reflect all of these elements, providing the best space for networking, business development and also hosting current and cutting-edge seminars and feature areas aimed at moving the industry forward through accelerated deployment and doing business.
In addition to over 200 exhibitors expected in 2015, we have even more reasons to attend:
Solar Developers, EPCs, Land-Owners, Energy Buyers, Financiers and Planners
Large-Scale Solar Feature Area: Sponsored content area with discussions focussing on site planning, ground mount, industrial roof-top, land-use and biodiversity.
Solar Business Seminar Theatre: Seminars focussing on finance and investment, risk, developers, asset management, EPCs, councils, policy-makers and export business.
Installers and trades
Installer Central Feature Area: Daily practical demonstrations for installers, plumbers and engineers on PV, solar thermal and distributed energy systems.
Who should attend: Installers (renewables, roofers, electricians, plumbers), architects, builders, facility/energy managers, EPCs and developers, landowners, farmers, housing associations, local authorities, schools and educational trusts, hospitals and health trusts, investors and financial institutions, manufacturers and distributors.
The Most Iconic International Energy Taiwan Forum in Taiwan
A full agenda of technical and business sessions, including topics ranged from solar energy, wind energy, green finance & insurance, hydrogen energy & fuel cell, smart energy & storage. An ideal channel for companies to share the strengths of their technologies and products and look for business partnerships