Industry Workshop on Global PV Market – Outlook and Development Strategies



Date:   Saturday, August 8, 2020

Room: Kerry Hotel Pudong, Shanghai

Time:  TBC

Hot issues concerning the status and outlook for global solar PV industry will be interpreted from different perspectives in this workshop on outlook and development strategies for global PV market, and related industry organizations and institutions from all over the world will get together at the forum to share the latest policies and development strategies in the emerging markets.


Moderator: Mr Yuanhao Zhu, Honorary Chairman, Shanghai New Energy Industry Association (SNEIA)


Ms Yali Jiang

Bloomberg NEF

2019 Global PV market outlook


Mr Honglin Hui

China Outreach Consultant of Lighting Global, International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank Group

Lighting Global, From the Consumption Level to Production Level


Mr Alexander Lagaaij

CVO, Solar C1

Solar Energy Civilization Realization Before Climate Catastrophe


Mr Fuqin Xiao

Deputy GM of Sungrow Floating, Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd.

Development opportunities and challenges of floating PV power stations in the world


Mr Michael Rutt

Managing Director, SMA Australia/Oceania

Opportunities and Challenges of Australia Large-Scale Solar Projects


Mr Andrew Paul Klump

Founder and CEO, Clean Energy Associates (CEA)

Solar PV & Energy Storage Market of the USA


Mr David You

Vice President, Trina Solar; President, Trina Solar International System Business Unit

European market trend and opportunities in the coming unsubsidized era


Ms Gurmeet Kaur

Communication and Marketing Director, MESIA – Middle East Solar Industry Association

GCC's Vision and Accomplishments Towards a Solar Powered Economy


Mr Steve Blume

President, Australian Solar Council; President, Energy Storage Council

Australian Solar & Energy Storage Opportunities


Mr Jose Donoso

Director General, Spanish National Photovoltaic Association (UNEF)

Spanish Solar PV Market


Dr Xavier Daval

Chair of SOLER, Syndicat des Énergies Renouvelables (SER)