This year’s Intersolar Europe in Munich will see Fraunhofer ISE exhibit shingle solar cells and modules designed to integrate photovoltaics into buildings and vehicles, as well as sensors optimized to enable more accurate solar radiation forecasting. The latest developments in power electronics and battery technology, in addition to solar cell manufacturing technology and defect measurement for solar modules, will augment the range of exhibits presented by Fraunhofer ISE at its booth in hall A1.540. Completing the institute’s range of services at the leading exhibition for solar technology will be numerous presentations and workshops as part of the accompanying program and the conferences hosted by Intersolar Europe and EES.

Intersolar Europe is part of The smarter E Europe with the events ees Europe, Power2Drive and EM-Power.

Lectures and Conference Contributions by Fraunhofer ISE Scientists:

May 13, 2019

09:00-17:30, ICM

Side-Event: »Power Electronics for Photovoltaics and Battery Systems - Day 1«, Olivier Stalter, Andreas Hensel, Bruno Burger

May 14, 2019

08:30-18:00, ICM

Side-Event: »Power Electronics for Photovoltaics and Battery Systems - Day 2«, Bruno Burger, Felix Eger, Rebekka Denninger, Cornelius Armbruster, Roland Singer

11:30-13:00, ICM

»Ensure Maximum Performance & Reliability of PV Power Plants«, Boris Farnung, Christian Schill

May 15, 2019

09:00-10:30, ICM

»Agrovoltaics - Sharing Resources for Multiple Benefits«, Stephan Schindele, Maximilian Trommsdorff

11:00-12:30, ICM

»Quality Assurance for Products and Projects - Safety, Reliability and Performance«, Matthias Vetter, Adrian Heuer

11:00-11:15, B3.570

as part of The smarter E AWARD: »Smart Renewable District Heating Network with Application of an IoT Webplatform«, Sebastian Herkel and MONDAS

11:00-12:30, ICM

 »Utility-Scale PV & Energy Storage - The Best of Two Worlds«, Johannes Wüllner

14:00-15:30, ICM

»Beneath the Panels BOS in Residential Systems«, Bruno Burger

14:45-16:00, C1.550

 »Ist eine PV-Fabrik in Deutschland / Europa realistisch?«, Jochen Rentsch

16:00-17:30, ICM

»Beneath the Panels BOS in Utility-Scale Systems«, Bruno Burger

May 16, 2019

10:30-15:30, C2.550

»Nach der Einspeisevergütung: Langfristig rentable Energiespeichertechnologien«, Matthias Vetter