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SEE Solar - South-East European Exhibition on Solar PV and Thermal Technologies

Date:  11 – 13 March 2015
Frequency: Annual
Organizer: Via Expo
Venue: Sofia, Inter Expo Center

Solar energy keeps a leading position in the renewable energy mix as a reliable, inexhaustible and environmentally friendly source. In terms of the electricity production coming from new generators, PV ranked second with almost 30% after wind energy in 2012. The world’s cumulative capacity is capable of producing as much annual electrical energy as 16 coal power plants or nuclear reactors of 1 GW each and every  year these installations save more than 53 million tons of CO2  according to the EPIA Global Market Outlook  for Photovoltaics 2013-2017.

Intensive evolution of solar technologies determinate the emergence of the 'prosumers' = (producer + consumer). The consumers will become energy producers which will optimize their direct consumption ratio and the cost of electricity transmission. Experts identify this market segment as the future of photovoltaics.

South-Europe has a very good solar potential and contribute significantly to the global energy system transformation.

The SEE Solar Exhibition is one of the prominent business-to-business events is the Region devoted to solar PV and thermal technologies. It will meet manufacturers, installers, investors, designers, consultants and end-users from South-East Europe, Central and Western Europe. In line with recent trends, the 2014 edition will put the focus on the building-integrated photovoltaics and autonomous solar systems in industrial and residential buildings, energy storage products, as well  as  innovative home appliances, the application of which willl enhance the competitiveness of the regional economy.

The 2013 Issue at a Glance

  • Austrian Pavilion for the 4th consecutive year
  • Group participation of companies from Italy and Slovenia within the project ICON
  • Among the exhibitors were leading Bulgarian and foreign companies: Ecoel, Elprom Trafo, Eurosol, Filkab, Hermes Solar, IPS / International Power Supply, Krannich Solar, Motto Engineering, Chint Solar (Zhejiang), Sky Solar, Solar Ways, Sputnik Engineering AG (Solarmax), STS Solar, Sunrain Solar Energy, Yingkou Jinchen Machinery, etc.

Post Event Report 2014


Building a House of Hemp

Subtitle:  A New York entrepreneur plans a demonstration house to advance the use of industrial hemp Images: An upstate New York resident named Jim Savage has launched a web-based campaign to raise $60,000 and build a demonstration house with walls of hemp, lime, and water, advancing what Savage calls “the next step in green building...
04/05/16|11:38 --

Texas Team Wins Net Zero Competition

Subtitle:  Architecture students design an affordable house for a Houston neighborhood and walk off with the top award Images: A group of architecture students from Prairie View A&M University has won top honors in this year's Department of Energy Race to Zero student competition with an affordable home designed for a Houston, Texas, neighborhood...
02/05/16|11:58 --

Are New Homes Getting Better?

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  Many of the problems on this decades-old list of defects are still showing up on today’s job sites Images: A subset of North American builders has been interested in a high-performance homes for at least 40 years...
29/04/16|02:30 --

TimberSIL May Live to See Another Day

Subtitle:  Rights to the beleaguered company go to a New York investment firm after TimberSIL's parent company fails to repay a loan Images: The long, tortured history of TimberSIL treated lumber may get even longer...
28/04/16|01:01 --

Foamglas Exits U.S. Residential Market

Subtitle:  Pittsburgh Corning pursues opportunities elsewhere, but says it may be back in the next several years Images: Pittsburgh Corning has pulled the plug on Foamglas sales in the North American residential market as it concentrates on developing business elsewhere...
26/04/16|01:48 --

Maine Solar Bill, SunEdison Bankruptcy, New England Net Metering

Subtitle:  A roundup of recent developments in green building Images: read more
25/04/16|02:04 --

Vegetated Roofs

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  As California homeowners are urged to replace the grass in their yards with decorative gravel, why would anyone try to grow grass on their roof? Images: Vegetated roofs are low-slope roofs the have enough soil (or soil-like growth medium) on top of the roofing to support the growth of grass, wildflowers, or shrubs...
22/04/16|03:29 --

First Croatian LNG import terminal expected in 2018

Croatia expects to commission its first LNG import terminal in Omisalj on the northern Island of...
22/04/16|01:17 --

Energy Bill Earns Both Praise and Scorn

Subtitle:  The Senate passes its first major energy bill since 2007, but differences with the House have yet to be settled Images: UPDATED on April 22read more
22/04/16|11:50 --

44 MW windfarm planned in Bosnia

to be finalized in 2017 and supported by German bank KfW
21/04/16|08:43 --

A Passivhaus Multifamily in Maine Nears Completion

Subtitle:  At 54,000 square feet, the project would be one of the largest certified buildings in the country Images: It goes without saying that designing a 54,000-square-foot apartment building to meet certification requirements of the Passive HouseA residential building construction standard requiring very low levels of air leakage, very high levels of insulation, and windows with a very low U-factor...
20/04/16|01:04 --

Steve Bluestone’s Building Science Lab

Subtitle:  A New York devotee of autoclaved aerated concrete plans a demonstration project to test the material against Passive House modeling Images: Steve Bluestone, the New York real estate developer with a special interest in a building material that most builders ignore, is about to embark on a self-financed experiment that will test the effectiveness of high-mass walls in a cold climate...
19/04/16|04:50 --

Is Your Ventilation System Working?

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  There’s no way to know whether your fans are working properly unless someone has measured the airflow rates Images: What’s a “faith-based ventilation system”? It’s a ventilation system installed by a contractor who never verifies the air flow rates after the equipment is installed...
15/04/16|02:27 --

Study Finds EPA Lax in Protecting California Water

Subtitle:  A federal review chides environmental officials for failing to protect underground water supplies from oil production wastewater Images: A federal review says that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is failing to protect underground water supplies from oilfield wastewater contamination, The Associated Press reports...
15/04/16|01:05 --

New York Utility Finds Big Payoff in New Ideas

Subtitle:  ConEd avoids $1.2 billion in costs by tapping into distributed solar, efficiency programs, and other innovative approaches Images: New York electric utility Con Edison is using a mix of efficiency programs, neighborhood solar, and other non-traditional approaches to relieve looming power shortages in parts of New York City and to avoid spending $1...
13/04/16|01:32 --

Industry Groups Wants a Review of OSHA Silica Rule

Subtitle:  Eight trade groups join ranks against the new rule, claiming that the federal agency does not understand the “real world of construction” Images: A coalition of eight construction trade groups has asked a federal appeals court for a second opinion on a new and more stringent rule on workplace exposure to silica dust announced late last month by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration...
11/04/16|01:32 --

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