Solar, Storage, Electrical Vehicle Production & Markets - Experiences from Japan:Supporting the Global Response to Climate Change
APVIA Seminar at the World Smart Energy Week in Tokyo/Japan was successfully held.
The World Smart Energy Week 2018 Tokyo/Japan is made up of 9 different technology areas, ranging from Hydrogen & Fuel Cells,International PV Power Generation Expo, International PV Power Generation System Expo,International Rechargeable Battery Expo, International Smart Grid Expo, International WindEnergy Expo & Conference, Energy Market Liberalization Expo,International Biomass Expoand Thermal Power Generation Expo.
The event was held in the “Big Sight Exhibition Centre” on the edge of the center of the city of Tokyo. This is the largest exhibition center in Japan.
APVIA presented a 1-day event on 28 February 2018 starting at 11am and finishing at 4pm.
After an introduction to the event by APVIA Chief Operating Officer (COO) Dr. Murray
Cameron (who moderated the event),and the welcome address by special co-organizer of this event, Ms. Jinyuan Li, Assistant VP of GCL SI, the programme started with a panel discussion hosted by APVIA Market Manager Frank Haugwitz. He put the panelists through their paces and drilled them on specific issues of the programme.
Panelsit from those companies and organizations listed below:
- GCL System Integration Technology Co., Ltd.
- Guangdong Aiko Solar Energy Technology Co.,Ltd.
- Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd.
- REC Solar Pte Ltd
- Heraeus Materials Technology Shanghai Ltd.
- Yingli Green Energy Holding Co., Ltd.
- European biomass industry association / ETA Florence Renewable Energies
- Singulus Technologies AG
APVIA is projecting 14 more educational seminars with many experts in the fields of solar, energy storage and EV participated in across the world. Our next action will be taken during Green Energy Expo 2018 in Daegu, South Korea. We warmly welcome your participation.
Note to Editors:
The Asian Photovoltaic Association (APVIA) is an international non-profit association embracing the photovoltaic (PV) sector in the Asia-Pacific region. Member companies consist of PV enterprises, scientific institutions, and other relevant organizations. APVIA works for the promotion and global deployment of PV energy technology.
For further information about APVIA and it Seminar Series, please contact:
Penny Peng (Ms) Secretariat, Head of China| Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association (APVIA)