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WHY ATTEND PV CELLTECH 2019?

PV CellTech 2019 will explain the key issues driving solar cell production changes over the next 2-3 years, and what type of advanced cell types will gain market-share. Featuring the CTOs and heads of R&D from leading cell producers, equipment/material suppliers and research institutes, PV CellTech will again prove to be the must-attend solar cell manufacturing event of the year.

“PV Celltech continued to be the highest quality and most focused event on market trends and a perfect place for high level networking within the silicon solar cell sector” Kristin Lüdemann, VON ARDENNE

“PV CellTech is a great event looking ahead in business of cell and module technology” Jan-Marc Luchies, Amtech Systems

“PV CellTech occupies a sweet spot between the technical conferences and trade shows that is very valuable for companies wanting to understand what technologies are moving into PV manufacturing” Bill Rever, Advanced Silicon Group

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