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2020 Shanghai snec solar photovoltaic exhibition/energy storage exhibition

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SNEC 14th (2020) International Solar Photovoltaic and Smart Energy (Shanghai) Exhibition and Forum

"SNEC Photovoltaic Conference and (Shanghai) Exhibition" has increased from 15,000 square meters in 2007 to 180,000 square meters in 2019. More than 1,800 companies from 95 countries and regions participated in the exhibition, including international exhibitors. The show has become the most important international, professional and large-scale photovoltaic event in China, Asia, and the world.


Brazil (Sao Paulo) International Solar Energy Exhibition in August 2020

The South American International Solar Energy Exhibition is one of the most attractive professional solar energy exhibitions in Brazil and even South America. Intersolar attracts exhibitors from many countries to participate in the show every year, combining local and international experts to discuss the current status and trends of photovoltaic development in Latin American countries and technological innovation and new business opportunities. The exhibition has been successfully held for 28 sessions. The show received strong support from the Brazilian government. Exhibitors from many countries also set their sights on the Brazilian market. This is an excellent platform for solar manufacturers, distributors and support manufacturers to enter the Brazilian market.


South Africa International Energy Exhibition Africa Energy-South Africa Photovoltaic Exhibition

South Africa is the second-largest economy in Africa, with the best living standards per capita and the complete industrial system in Africa. Renewable energy in South Africa accounted for 16.9% of final energy consumption in 2012. Most of this comes from burning traditional biofuels for heating. In terms of its GDP share in 2012, South Africa is the world's fourth most significant renewable energy investor after Uruguay, Mauritius, and Costa Rica. Renewable energy will play a more substantial role in the future development of South Africa.