3,000 guests at first Intersolar India

Intersolar India took place in Hyderabad in the state of Andhra Pradesh from 9th to 11th November. The fair was jointly organized by the companies Solar Promotion International GmbH and Freiburg Management und Marketing International GmbH (FMMI).

According to the trade fair companies, 645 participants and 45 speakers attended the conference. The trade fair had 70 exhibitors and 2,500 visitors. The organizers have announced that they will expand the fair considerably from 2010 onwards.

The conference focussed on the development of the Indian photovoltaics market. Experts estimate that about a third of the Indian population – more than 450 million people – currently live with no electricity. Photovoltaics is considered a key technology for improving electricity supply to the people.

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