RENEXPO® PV & Energy Storage
Trade fair and conference for Austria, Bavaria and South Tyrol
The RENEXPO® PV & Energy Storage will present the highlights and innovations in the photovoltaics sector. It showcases the newest trends and offers room for new visions as well as discussions on practical solutions. With its combination of a trade fair, conferences and expert forums, the RENEXPO® PV & Energy Storage has grown into one of the top meeting points for sustainable and international businesses in Austria. Photovoltaics and energy storage build the strong thematic core of the event.
Experts from the industrial, scientific and administrative sectors will focus on the political framework conditions as well as the future perspectives of energy storage systems and their environmental impact, grid integration, security, certification, planning and construction of energy storage systems, optimized yields, economic feasibility and practical examples covering all aspects of energy storage.
Skilled trades, planners and architects can also acquire the specialized know-how required to be successful in the modern market. The planning, installation and operations of photovoltaic systems demands experts who understand and implement the existing requirements needed to get the most out of the systems and avoid system failures or accidents.
Many foreign companies and investors see Salzburg as the "gateway to Austria". In a 300 km radius around the city, one can reach not only Vienna, but also the Munich metropolitan region as well as the countries of Switzerland, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Italy.
Meeting place Nr. 1 of the new markets of the photovoltaic industry!
- 30 exhibitors from more than 10 countries
- 1.000 visitors
- 400 congress participants
Hall plan RENEXPO® PV & Energy Storage
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In the middle of Europe, situated at several crossing points of long-distance routes, is Salzburg trade-fair and conference center the ideal place for this important event.