Building Solar China – Conference and Exhibition 2014 Concludes with Positive Acclaim

November 11, 2014

Building Solar China – Conference and Exhibition successfully concluded its 2014 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

Co-organised with WIP, organizer of the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC), the high-level conferences, along with the product display area, provided a comprehensive platform for 98 industry specialists to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and applications for smart solar building implementations in China.

The 2014 event was held in conjunction with ISH Shanghai & CIHE, Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology fair, and the inaugural edition of the Shanghai International Lighting Fair – collectively known as the “Intelligent Green Building - IGB” exhibition platform.

“The relocation of the 2014 Building Solar China – Conference and Exhibition resulted in success, and facilitates the current and future development of China’s building technology sector,” said Lucia Wong, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd

She added, “Over the years, Building Solar China – Conference and Exhibition has become a well-known integrated platform for introducing the latest trends and the implementation of smart solar building applications.”

For 2014, prominent speakers from domestic and overseas industry associations, as well as research institutes, were invited to share their insights into the industry’s most pressing issues and breakthroughs.

Speaking for the third time, Xian Gan Meng, vice president of the China Renewable Energy Society (CRES) said, “With the scarcity of natural resources and in the interest of protecting the environment, alternative energy – particularly solar-related solutions and products – will be a key trend for creating sustainable living environments. Regarding the event, it keeps getting better every year. For 2014, I was particularly pleased with the venue arrangements. The separate meeting rooms for the conference and display area provided both speakers and attendees a more intimate environment for discussions.”

Attendees also expressed unanimous praise in the event’s ability to bring together industry specialists and leaders.

ShuZi Chen, Research Institute Power Equipment and New Energy Analyst at  Everbright Securities Co Ltd, said: “This is my first time attending, and I came specifically to the conference to learn about the development of the photovoltaic industry’s dynamics. I was particularly interested in the return-on-investment rate and the national policies for the photovoltaic industry. Overall, I benefited a lot from the presented topics and was pleased with the organisation of the conference.”

In addition to the full-day conference, Building Solar China – Conference and Exhibition also featured a dedicated display area. 


Whether exhibitors were selling building photovoltaic systems (BIPV), curtain walls for buildings or other latest innovative energy-saving and energy-renewal solutions, they had the chance to promote their brands, as well as educate customers on their unique benefits.
 

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