New horizons at ESTEC 2011

The 5th European Solar Thermal Energy Conference Marseille, 20 and 21 October 2011

(PresseBox) ( Brussels, )
ESTEC is on the move and ESTEC 2011 in Marseille will be very different from previous editions.

The two-day conference will highlight the Mediterranean countries' untapped potential for solar thermal. Presentations will address the way to sustainable growth for solar thermal, review new development areas for both applications and markets. Policy framework conditions and prospects offered by the "green" growth promised by the European Union will also be considered. Un

For the first time, an entire session will be wholly dedicated to installers, key to the success of the European solar thermal sector.

The conference advance programme is now available to download at:

The plenary sessions will focus on

- The vision from other industries on the prospects of Solar Thermal
- The Mediterranean Sea: - insight on the development of these promising markets.
- The competitiveness of Solar Thermal: micro and macro economic outlook

While the parallel sessions will cover the following topics:

- Technology, standards and research development
- Market and framework conditions
- Solar thermal and buildings, new business models and applications, Installers sessions (Both marketing and technical aspects will be addressed)

Register by 24 JUNE 2011 and benefit from discounted rates!


To register for ESTEC 2011, please click here []

Over 500 participants are expected to attend this definitive event for the solar thermal industry organized by ESTIF and ENERPLAN with the support of ADEME.
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