The UK solar market is on course to deliver 1-1.5GW in 2013 driven by a dedicated government’s solar strategy targeting 20GW of solar by 2020. The UK’s solar ambition is underscored by a number of stable support mechanisms designed to encourage solar’s uptake in domestic and commercial segments, says organisers of the Solar Energy UK 2013.
Trina Solar shipped more than 22 per cent of its global module output to the UK in the first quarter this year taking advantage of a booming large scale solar segment which saw deployment reach 500MW over the same period.
The European solar market is extremely volatile with threats of impending duties. However, demand for solar products in the UK is expanding and thousands of installers and distributors are looking for ways to secure their supply chain of quality modules, inverters and components.
Solar Energy UK 2013 brings together leading companies like Trina, Yingli, SMA and many more to do business with UK installers and distributors.
Isn’t it time you have another look at the UK market? Solar Energy UK’s upcoming events can help you do exactly that!
Solar Energy UK 2013 exhibition, already the largest in the UK, will be expanding to include 200 companies and bring together more than 4,700 attendees. The event, held 8-10 October at the NEC Birmingham makes the perfect platform to showcase your products and services to the key decision makers: installers, distributors, EPCs, developers, distributors, local authorities, landowners, architects and many more.
To find out how your company can benefit from the expanding UK solar market, organisers would like to invite you to meet them at Intersolar (Hall A1, Stand 655) or attend its market briefing seminar Doing Solar Business in the UK held on 18 June in Munich where you will meet three of the largest solar developers speaking about their projects and plans for 2013. Places are limited so book now.