This event will take place on February 5-6 in Tokyo, Japan. A must attend event for those looking for access into a large market share of Japan’s sky rocketing solar industry. Japan is in the process of unleashing its solar potential. The introduction of the Feed-in-Tariff in July 2012 has established a lucrative opportunity for the development of new projects, and has facilitated a surge in growth in the utility-scale PV market.
Solar Japan will provide a unique forum for the local and international solar community to shape the future of the industry and to address the key questions facing this promising market, such as:
•How can the government avoid the boom and bust cycle experienced by other solar markets?
•How favourable will the FiT remain compared to the rest of the world?
•What are Japan’s long term plans for solar power generation?
Connecting key international and Japanese policy makers and utilities, investors, local and international project developers and leading PV manufacturing companies, the conference will provide you with the tools networking opportunities to meet pressured project timelines and more stringent conditions for solar development.
Solar Japan is your opportunity to increase your standing in one of the brightest solar markets in the world!
Executive forum focusing on project development and execution for the advancement of the Japanese market.
The event will also:
• Reflect on the first phase of PV growth since the FiT with case studies of new
mega-solar, learn from experiences of project execution and address key milestones such as land acquisition and financing
• Timely positioning as the market prepares for Japan’s second phase of solar growth
after the FiT revision
• Senior level meeting place for Japanese and international executives to forge
partnerships critical for the long term growth of the industry
• Focus on the unique demands of different proect scales and project partner companies
• Hear the future plans of utilities and trading houses and understand what they are
looking for from prospective partners
• Opportunity for local and international solar companies and investors to consolidate in one place in one of the hottest global solar markets
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