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Intersolar - The global PV community meets in Munich


Next week, Munich will once again become the hub of the global PV community. The 2024 edition of Intersolar will take place here.


This year, over 1,500 exhibitors will be presenting their latest products and solutions in a total of ten exhibition halls and on a large outdoor area - that's 20 per cent more than last year. An extensive programme of conferences, forums and events will attract visitors from all over the world - manufacturers, suppliers, installers, project planners and investors. The trade fair thus offers the ideal opportunity to shed light on the latest trends, technologies and business models while at the same time exchanging ideas with visionaries and decision-makers in the industry and making new contacts. The EWIA team is also traditionally present in Munich - for us it's more or less a home game.


The global expansion of photovoltaics is currently benefiting from enormous momentum. In 2022, the terawatt mark for installed PV capacity worldwide was broken for the first time. If annual growth continues at a rate of at least 20 per cent, new installations are expected to reach one terawatt per year by 2028.


Thanks to the continuous fall in prices, photovoltaics (PV) is now the most economical source of electricity generation. The example of South Africa serves as a showcase: the PV market there has experienced an unprecedented boom and is now the tenth largest in the world. At Intersolar, the investment opportunities for manufacturers and suppliers in this booming market will be presented in a special event.


The price is of course a particularly important aspect from an African perspective. Because while the continent has plenty of sunshine, capital is known to be a particularly scarce commodity here. To ensure that the number of solar systems on the roofs of companies in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria, etc. increases quickly, we are using our visit to Intersolar primarily to expand our network of potential investors. For people in the solar business, the link between Africa and solar is a "no brainer". More than getting to know technological innovations, our aim is therefore to present EWIA's business model to potential partners. If you are on site and would like to meet us, simply send an e-mail to info@EWIAinvestments.com - we look forward to exchanging ideas with you.

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