For three days, thousands of visitors from across the world connected with solar and energy storage industry leaders to discuss innovation and market dynamics that are accelerating the clean energy economy. During the Intersolar and ees North America exhibitions, attendees could see the latest in PV cells, modules and systems, manufacturing equipment, balance of system components, mounting and tracking systems, solar heating and cooling technologies and energy storage products.
On the show floor, attendees were given an exclusive first look at some of the latest product launches from a number of exhibitors including SolarEdge Technologies, Inc., which displayed its Level 2 inverter-integrated EV charger; Boviet Solar USA, which showcased its 60-cell PERC panels; eGauge Systems launched their next generation of energy meters and Solar FlexRack previewed its new tracker; Delta Group., which launched its Outdoor Energy Storage System (ESS) Cabinet; Darfon America Corp., which introduced its latest generation of products including a microinverter, data monitoring solution and energy storage systems; and ESS Inc., which showcased its low cost iron flow battery.
Other booths hosted a variety of engaging displays and activities including product demonstrations, virtual reality experiences, raffles, and a ping-pong tournament.
During the last day of the exhibitions, attendees also had the opportunity to participate in all-day installation workshops to keep up to date with the industry’s best practices. Between booths, the ees Stage and Innovation & Application Stage hosted informative panels discussing the challenges and opportunities that currently exist in the market.