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نوع الفعالية
مؤتمر
مجال
دولي
تاريخ البدأ
19-5-2021
تاريخ الإنتهاء
20-5-2021

المقدمة

As part of the European Green Deal, the European Commission proposed in September 2020 to raise the 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction target, including emissions and removals, to at least 55% compared to 1990.

The Annual Conference of the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics will discuss the challenges of delivering these 2030 climate targets to Europe. The EU has to move towards a climate-neutral economy and has to implement its commitments under the Paris Agreement by updating its Nationally Determined Contribution. ETIP PV supports all activities and steps to be taken to make Europe a leader in green energy and to build an independent, clean energy supply.

جدول الأعمال

19 May 2021: Conference Day 1
Welcome address – Roch Drozdowski-Strehl, Conference Chairman and ETIP PV Vice-Chairman

14:00 hrs.
Session I – LATEST TRENDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE PV INDUSTRY
The Opening session will bring together industry leaders, high-level Representatives of the European Commission as well as EU organizations to provide a comprehensive overview of the EU PV INDUSTRY.

Session Introduction: Roch Drozdowski-Strehl, IPVF

● Solar Manufacturing Accelerator & European Solar Initiative – Walburga Hemetsberger, SolarPower Europe
● EC Solar PV Vision – Kerstin Jorna, European Commission, Director-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship, and SMEs
● Reshoring PV manufacturing: an annual 40B€ opportunity for Europe – Diego Pavia, EIT Innoenergy
● ITRPV Roadmap update – Jutta Trube, VDMA Photovoltaic
● Panel Discussion (Industry Progress & Announcements) – Moderated by Gaëtan Masson, Becquerel Institute
● Live Q&A
15:30 hrs. End of the session.

16:00 hrs.
Session II – EUROPEAN PV TECHNOLOGY: QUO VADIS?
Two key PV Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) challenges will be addressed during this session: Industry-ready Technologies as well as Emerging Technologies.

Session Introduction: Delfina Muñoz, CEA Liten and Ivan Gordon, EERA PV / imec

● Renaissance of PV production in EU with 3 categories of c-Si-based technologies – Radovan Kopecek, ISC
● The European PV SRIA vision on how to further technology and manufacturing improvements can establish a strong ‘PV made in Europe’ – Franz Karg, Avancis
● State-of-the-art and challenges of emerging PV technologies in Europe – Pere Roca i Cabarrocas, IPVF, EPKA
● The strategic importance of emerging technologies for European PV manufacturing as envisaged by the European PV SRIA – Simon Philipps, Fraunhofer ISE
● Panel discussion (How will European technology development and manufacturing enable the establishment of reliable and sustainable solar PV everywhere for everybody and forever)
● Live Q&A

17:30 hrs. End of the session and Day 1.


20 May 2021: Annual Conference Day 2

14:00 hrs.
Session III – RELIABLE AND SUSTAINABLE SOLAR PV EVERYWHERE
The key Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) domains to be the focus of this session are PV integration, Quality & Sustainability.

Session Introduction: Ulrike Jahn – VDE Renewables

● The Strategic Importance of Reliability, Sustainability, and Integration in the PV Sector by the European PV SRIA – David Moser, EURAC Research
● Reliability Challenges for New PV Material & Module Developments – Gernot Oreski, PCCL
● Lifecycle PV quality assurance for PV power plants – Paolo V. Chiantore, BayWa r.e.
● Research and Innovation for expanding solar power generation without expanding land use – Bianca Lim, ISFH
● Panel Discussion (How can PV be installed and integrated in a reliable and sustainable way?) – Moderated by David Moser, EURAC Research & Ulrike Jahn, VDE Renewables
● Live Q&A

15:30 hrs. End of the session.


16:00 hrs.
Session IV – FIT FOR 55% – SOLAR DRIVING EUROPE’S AMBITION
Rounding out the two days of interactive sessions will be done in a discussion between high-level representatives of the European Parliament, the European Commission, and PV specialists.

Session Introduction: Wim Sinke, TNO Energy Transition and Walburga Hemetsberger, SolarPower Europe

● How Can Europe Set the Right Milestones to Lead Us To A Decarbonized Continent By 2050? – Antonio Lopez-Nicolas, DG Energy, European Commission
● What Are The EU Parliament’s Plans To Get Us Ready For 55% – Christophe Grudler, Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament (tbc)
● What Can Be The Role of Solar In Europe’s ambitions – Christian Breyer, LUT University
● Solar As A No-Regret Option To Decarbonization? – Sarah Brown, Ember (tbc)
● Panel discussion – Moderated by Wim Sinke, TNO and Walburga Hemetsberger, SPE
● Live Q&A

17:30 hrs. End of the session and Day 2.