Daily ticket for free: pv Guided Tours for Experts at the Intersolar in Munich can now be booked

4/26/16, 12:57 PM -

Solar experts from all over the continent meet this June at the Intersolar Europeand ees Europe 2016 in Munich to hear about the latest innovations in the solar energy industry. Number one B2B news source for the German speaking market photovoltaik and its new English-language partner publication pv Europe offer guided tours to visitors of the exhibition – system planners, architects, engineers, manufacturers and solar craftsmen. 

pv Guided Tours will be offered in English and German at Intersolar Europe in June
pv Guided Tours will be offered in English and German at Intersolar Europe in June

pv Guided Tours cover innovations in these fields:

  1. solar power and energy storage for residential use – home and private property
  2. solar power and energy storage for commercial use – companies, municipalities, industry and utilities
  3. charging systems for e-mobility

pv Guided Tours will be offered in English and German from 22nd June to 24th of June 2016 during Intersolar Europe. The group size is limited to 25 people. It is necessary to register online to participate. Participation is free of charge and includes the Day Pass for Intersolar Europe and ees Europe.

The groups will be guided by a knowledgeable editor of either the English or German magazine. At the booths of the cooperating companies, they will be welcomed by experienced engineers or marketing staff who are ready to answer questions and introduce their innovations. All questions by participants will be answered in detail. 

You can register for your pv Guided Tour here: www.photovoltaik.eu/pvGuidedTours

The starting point for every pv Guided Tour is the booth of both pv Europe and photovoltaik (hall B2, booth 302, front side). Headsets are available by request against a deposit or ID card. Every guided tour takes around 90 minutes.

A detailed report on the tours and the presented products of the exhibiting companies will be published after the Intersolar Europe. The reports will be published by photovoltaik in print and online (www.photovoltaik.eu) and on pv Europe (www.pveurope.eu).