PHOTON PV Investors Conference: Global demand after German feed-in cuts

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As German government politicians on Friday seem to have agreed on PV feedin tariff cuts (16 percent less for rooftop systems; no more funding for groundmounted systems on agricultural land; but improved conditions for onsite use of PV power), the crucial question is: what will happen to global demand and prices if the parliament of the world's largest PV market passes this draft in early May?

Get the latest information about the situation in Germany and developments in other markets at PHOTON's 5th PV Investors Conference, held in Stuttgart, Germany on April 28.

The 5th PV Investors Conference will present:

- Executives from the world's leading stocklisted pure PV companies (such as First Solar, Suntech, Yingli, LDK, Centrotherm) to discuss the status and development of the solar sector

- International installers to provide detailed insight into the biggest markets such as Germany, Italy, Japan and France, as well as into emerging markets like the Czech Republic, China, Canada and the United Kingdom.

- Bank, credit agencies and insurance companies will talk about their view on the bankability of solar products and companies

To take a look at the conference agenda, please go to:

Who should attend:

PHOTON's 5th PV Investors Conference addresses executives and sales and marketing experts from solar companies, as well as analysts, investors and representatives from other industries looking into entering the solar business.


For registration, please go to:

Further events:

PHOTON's 5th PV Investors Conference is one of a series of six conferences (Solar Silicon, PV Inverters, PV Investors, c-Si Production Equipment, Thin-Film Production Equipment, Solar Electric Utility). A 10percent discount applies when purchasing tickets for three or more conferences. All prices are before taxes.

The 5th PV Investors Conference will be held in conjunction with PHOTON's Photovoltaic Technology Show 2010 Europe, a trade fair for companies offering manufacturing equipment, material needed for producing solar silicon, ingots, wafers, cells and solar modules, final products all along the value chain, and BOS components (
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