29-30 November 2022 | Madrid, Spain | #PVModuleTech


PV Module Technology, Supply & Site Optimisation for Utility-Scale Solar

PV ModuleTech EMEA

Today, demand for PV modules in Europe and the Middle-East is hitting record-levels and this shows no signs of slowing down. Set against this backdrop, there are more conditions that need to be fulfilled by module buyers, with greater due-diligence being undertaken on potential suppliers. This increased scrutiny on buying modules includes:

  • bankability status
  • module qualification and testing
  • component traceability
  • field performance


PV ModuleTech EMEA in Madrid on 29-30 November 2022 will feature presentations addressing local module supply issues over the next few years and the factors impacting component country-of-origin and traceability, gathering together all the key stakeholders across the value-chain from module production to field testing.

The event is expected to be sold-out, similar to the event we held in June 2022 in Napa, California for the U.S. market which was both highly informative and enjoyable as attendees were treated to an evening visit to a local winery for a wine tasting experience. We expect to have a similar treat on offer during the PV ModuleTech EMEA event in Madrid, hopefully giving more reasons to attend!

Leading up to the event, we are actively speaking to companies that will be contributing to and participating in this two-day event. We would be delighted to get your inputs and thoughts, as we fine tune the scope and content of the final agenda and list of keynote speakers.

I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in Madrid soon. Finlay Colville, Event Founder and Head of Research, PV Tech 

Agenda Themes

  • Where are the PV modules being made in the world?
  • How are PV modules tested, inspected and checked for reliability?
  • What will be the impact of greater scrutiny on module component traceability and Asian supply of raw materials?
  • What are the key issues for field reliability of modules across the different countries within Europe and the Middle-East?
  • How is due-diligence on module suppliers being undertaken today; does Europe have an equivalent to the U.S. independent engineering sector yet?
  • Who are the most bankable PV module suppliers into Europe and the Middle-East today; what will this look like in 2023 and 2024?
  • Module pricing for European and Middle-East projects; is this part of global drivers or is there scope for changes to current module ASPs increases?
  • Will Europe be one of the first sectors to move to new higher efficiency n-type module product types; will this be all be shipped from China or elsewhere?
  • Will utility solar projects in Europe and the Middle-East still be dependent on Chinese module suppliers going forward; is there a chance for domestic manufacturing?

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