South America's Largest Exhibition and Conference for the Solar Industry Intersolar South America, South America’s largest exhibition and conference for the solar industry, takes place at the Expo Center Norte in São Paulo, Brazil on October 18–20, 2021, and has a focus on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production and solar thermal technologies. At the accompanying Intersolar South America Conference, renowned experts shed light on hot topics in the solar industry.
As the single trade show in the country solely focused on solid waste management, Waste Expo Brasil offers you the opportunity to effectively reach key decision makers, solid waste operators, public cleaning companies, waste generators and public managers from all over the country to stablish business relationship as no other channel would.
This year, Intersolar South America as part of The smarter E, will organize the Intersolar South America Digital Xperience, a virtual event that provides - not only - the latest market forecasts for solar developments in Brazil.
The smarter E South America postponed to August 24-26,
2021. In response to the still rising numbers of cases of persons infected
with the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Brazil and worldwide and the associated restrictions now
being introduced, the organizers of The smarter E South America – Solar Promotion International GmbH (SPI), Freiburg Management and Marketing International GmbH (FMMI)
and Aranda Eventos & Congressos Ltda. (ARANDA) – have decided to postpone the event.
With this step, Solar Promotion International GmbH (SPI), Freiburg Management and Marketing International GmbH (FMMI) and Aranda Eventos & Congressos Ltda. (ARANDA) are reacting promptly in close consultation with the Brazilian Solar Photovoltaic Energy Association (ABSOLAR) and all partners involved to counteract the increasingly dynamic developments regarding the possible spread of the coronavirus. "It is very important for us to react quickly and to announce this new date which will...
With the support of Federation of Industries of the State of Alagoas (FIEA in Portuguese), Maceió welcomes, on June 13th and 14th, I ETA AMBIENTAL MERCANTIL INTERNACIONAL ALAGOAS 2019. Divided in four panels, the event adresses the following environmental issues: 06/13/2019 – Panel I - Desalination (morning) Panel II – Water and Wastewater Treatment (afternoon) 06/14/2019 - Panel III – Renewable Energies (morning) Panel IV - Solid Waste Treatment (afternoon) The high technical level of...
The 11th Top Engineering Awards (known as Top Engenharias 2018) was held last 20 September by the Association of Engineers, Former Students of the Engineering School of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (AEAEEUFMG), with headquarter in Belo Horizonte. The awards process includes with the evaluation of engineers and specialized consultants from all over Brazil.
The award's nomination is for individuals and companies who stood out in 2018 for innovation, performance and quality, expertise...
From 25 to 28 September, the world's biggest wind industry meeting will take place at the Hamburg exhibition site: the Global Wind Summit.
The global on & offshore expo
International trade fair for the wind industry that presents the entire value chain in the onshore and offshore sectors
Every two years
DATE: 25-28 September 2018
VISITORS 2016:around 35.000, around 40% from outside of Germany
EXHIBITORS 2016: around 1.400
TARGETED REGIONS: Worldwide
A total of 18.16 million tonnes of packaging waste was generated in Germany in 2016. This is an increase of .05% over 2015, says the updated report by the German Environment Agency (UBA) on the occurrence and recovery of packaging in Germany. The amount is equivalent to 220.5 kg per capita, compared to the 167.3 kg per capita consumption in the EU in 2015. 70 per cent of the total packaging waste was recycled, with most of the remainder used for the production of energy.
Solar is the fastest growing power generation source worldwide. The reason for solar’s popularity are manifold – it’s unique in its flexible and
distributed clean nature, it allows innumerable applications and it is now also increasingly the lowest-cost power generation technology. An abundance of solar resources, high power prices, falling technology costs, and an increasing need for resource diversification combine to place Brazil among the global leaders for PV development.