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SEE Solar - South-East European Exhibition on Solar PV and Thermal Technologies


Date:  11 – 13 March 2015
Frequency: Annual
Organizer: Via Expo
Venue: Sofia, Inter Expo Center

Solar energy keeps a leading position in the renewable energy mix as a reliable, inexhaustible and environmentally friendly source. In terms of the electricity production coming from new generators, PV ranked second with almost 30% after wind energy in 2012. The world’s cumulative capacity is capable of producing as much annual electrical energy as 16 coal power plants or nuclear reactors of 1 GW each and every  year these installations save more than 53 million tons of CO2  according to the EPIA Global Market Outlook  for Photovoltaics 2013-2017.

Intensive evolution of solar technologies determinate the emergence of the 'prosumers' = (producer + consumer). The consumers will become energy producers which will optimize their direct consumption ratio and the cost of electricity transmission. Experts identify this market segment as the future of photovoltaics.

South-Europe has a very good solar potential and contribute significantly to the global energy system transformation.

The SEE Solar Exhibition is one of the prominent business-to-business events is the Region devoted to solar PV and thermal technologies. It will meet manufacturers, installers, investors, designers, consultants and end-users from South-East Europe, Central and Western Europe. In line with recent trends, the 2014 edition will put the focus on the building-integrated photovoltaics and autonomous solar systems in industrial and residential buildings, energy storage products, as well  as  innovative home appliances, the application of which willl enhance the competitiveness of the regional economy.

The 2013 Issue at a Glance
 

  • Austrian Pavilion for the 4th consecutive year
  • Group participation of companies from Italy and Slovenia within the project ICON
  • Among the exhibitors were leading Bulgarian and foreign companies: Ecoel, Elprom Trafo, Eurosol, Filkab, Hermes Solar, IPS / International Power Supply, Krannich Solar, Motto Engineering, Chint Solar (Zhejiang), Sky Solar, Solar Ways, Sputnik Engineering AG (Solarmax), STS Solar, Sunrain Solar Energy, Yingkou Jinchen Machinery, etc.
     


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Cross-Laminated Timber Condos Planned in Portland

Subtitle:  A condominium complex will be the tallest CLT structure in the U.S. when complete Images: A Portland, Oregon, architectural firm is planning an eight-story condo building that would become the tallest structure in the country to be built with cross-laminated timber (CLT), an alternative to conventional steel-and-concrete construction...
27/07/16|12:29 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Study Finds That Green Certification Reaps Rewards

Subtitle:  A study of commercial real estate suggests that investing in green features makes for happier tenants who are willing to pay higher rents Images: Investing in sustainable buildings pays off in the form of higher rental rates, higher occupancy levels, and more interest among tenants in renewing their leases, according to a long-term study by Bentall Kennedy, a real estate investment advisory firm...
25/07/16|01:29 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

A Researcher Looks at Insulated Roof Assemblies

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  Investigating a variety of vented and unvented roof assemblies, Kohta Ueno figures out what works and what doesn’t Images: Kohta Ueno knows a lot about insulated roofs...
22/07/16|03:12 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Solar Panels That Don’t Look Like Solar Panels

Subtitle:  SolarSkin panels mimic the look of grass, tile, wood shingles — even Elvis Images: A technology startup has developed a way to give crystalline silicon solar panels the look of grass, tile, wood shakes or just about anything else the buyer wants...
22/07/16|02:40 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

An Easy Way to Seal Electrical Boxes

Subtitle:  This cardboard shell wraps around the box and serves as a form for expanding foam Images: Two architects have come up with an inexpensive way of air-sealing and insulating electrical boxes in exterior walls...
20/07/16|12:27 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Comparing the Properties of Insulation Materials

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  It’s time to update our summaries of insulation R-values and permeance ratings in light of researchers’ recent findings Images: We’ve all seen tables that list the R-valueMeasure of resistance to heat flow; the higher the R-value, the lower the heat loss...
15/07/16|02:41 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Landfills Can Make Great Building Sites

Subtitle:  Developers choose old landfills for a variety of projects, including solar farms, residential neighborhoods, and commercial buildings Images: Closed landfills, even former Superfund sites, are becoming fair game for developers who use them for projects ranging from residential and commercial developments to solar farms...
13/07/16|12:40 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Recycling Rates Decline in California

Subtitle:  For the first time since 2010, the state's recycling rate fell below 50% Images: Recycling rates have dropped in California, and for the first time since 2010 are below 50%.Plastic News reports that the statewide recycling rate fell to 47% last year, a decline of 3 percentage points from the year before...
12/07/16|11:52 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Construction in Cambodia

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  Photos of construction sites in Siem Reap Images: A few weeks ago, I accompanied my wife Karyn, who is a pediatrician, on a three-week trip to Cambodia. She volunteered her services at the Angkor Children's Hospital in Siem Reap, in response to a request from hospital administrators...
08/07/16|03:04 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

‘Clean Coal’ Plant Looks More Like a Boondoggle

Subtitle:  More than $4 billion over budget and years behind schedule, the Kemper Project is under fire from ratepayers and the focus of a securities investigation Images: There were high hopes for the Kemper Project, but after six years of construction, the breakthrough project designed to prove that coal could be used to produce clean electricity is looking more like a debacle than a success story...
08/07/16|11:45 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Dow Drops Its Line of Solar Shingles

Subtitle:  The last of its Powerhouse Solar Systems will be shipped by August 10 Images: Dow Chemical is giving up on its line of building-integrated photovoltaic(PV) Generation of electricity directly from sunlight...
07/07/16|12:06 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Tainted Water, LEED Winners, Passive House Conference, Boost for Renewables

Subtitle:  A roundup of recent developments in green building Images: read more
01/07/16|02:59 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Can Rural Living Be As Green As Urban Living?

Prime:  prime Subtitle:  If you want to minimize your environmental footprint, move to a city Images: Rural residents are surrounded by greenery and breathe fresh air. Urban residents are surrounded by concrete and breathe polluted air...
01/07/16|02:33 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

A New Resource for Multifamily Developers

Subtitle:  The Passive House Institute U.S. launches a website to help builders with multifamily designs Images: Reporting growing interest in Passive HouseA residential building construction standard requiring very low levels of air leakage, very high levels of insulation, and windows with a very low U-factor...
29/06/16|11:51 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

California May Have A Lot More Water Than It Knew

Subtitle:  A new study finds that the state may have three times as much fresh groundwater as thought earlier Images: A new study has tripled the amount of fresh groundwater in California that could be used for drinking and irrigation...
29/06/16|01:37 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

Sand for Construction Is Vanishing

Subtitle:  A boom in urban development has brought a run on the kind of sand that can be used in concrete, glass, and asphalt — and mining it comes at a very high cost Images: If someone were to compile a list of things we're not likely to run out of, ever, wouldn't sand be at or near the top? That's a logical assumption, but it turns out that we're using sand for construction at such a blinding rate that it's in short supply in some areas, and mining what's left is taking its toll on the environment...
28/06/16|03:18 -- greenbuildingadvisor.com

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