Global exhibtions 2018

AXITEC GLOBAL EXHIBITIONS IN 2018

October 19th, 2017

Global exhibtions 2018

AXITEC GLOBAL EXHIBITIONS IN 2018

In 2018, AXITEC will be exhibiting vividly all over the world like this year. There will be a few new locations amongst the usual ones. Due to the increasing popularity of AXITEC’s solar modules and battery systems outside of Europe and North America, the exhibitions in Johannesburg, Tokyo, Manilla and Mexico City have gained enormous attractivity for AXITEC’s global representation.

 

OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS

The success and popularity of AXITEC in its traditional locations as an exhibitor will most likely supersede the upcoming year. Intersolar in Munich, WFES in Abu Dhabi and South America (Brazil) have already become a stronghold of AXITEC’s customer base.

There will be some new spots on the world map, where AXITEC will show up as a first timer. One of them is the PV Expo in Tokyo. Japan being amongst the top five markets for solar in size. With 8 GW annual demand, it is crying out for a high quality Germany solar brand. Other than Japan, South Africa is also on the list of AXITEC virgins. The largest economy in Africa is the host of “The Solar Show Africa 2018” (Johannesburg) in March, which brings together PV companies from all over the continent. The journey goes from South Africa to the Middle East, where the Sonnex in Amman will open its doors for the world to become a part of the solar boom in the region. Also, AXITEC has taken on the quest of becoming a household name in the ASEAN PV market. After this year’s participation in ASEAN’S Sustainable Energy Week in Bangkok, the solar show Philippines (Manila) will be the next place for AXITEC’s presence in South East Asia. Nevertheless, India will remain a focal point of AXITEC’s endeavours in Asia. The country is the third largest pv market in the world with an unprecedented demand for clean energy and lack of high quality pv products. In December this year, AXITEC will participate at the Intersolar in Mumbai for the second time.

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