For three days, from 16 to 18 February 2011, the conference and exhibition EXPO Solar / PV Korea 2011 (Exhibition of solar / photovoltaic (PV) in Korea) will be held at KINTEX in Ilsan, Gyeon, Korea.

Solar EXPO 2011 is the first exhibition of the year for the global solar market and provide an important preliminary view is to come next year. One of the noticeable trends for the global solar market in 2011 is a change of solar energy demand in major markets like Europe to Asia and the U.S.. This year, the explosive growth will occur in Asia with Korea assuming a leadership role.

In Korea, where the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) will take over from 2012, companies are investing heavily in expanding its solar business segment, driving the share prices of solar companies in Korea increasingly up every day. EXPO Solar / PV Korea 2011 is the first major solar event in Korea this year and will mark the beginning of the second stage of growth for the solar market in Korea is undergoing a dramatic expansion in anticipation of the implementation of the 2012 RPS.

Since the first exhibition in 2009, EXPO Solar / PV Korea has shown an amazing growth every year and today is recognized as one of the major international solar exhibition in Asia. The 2011 event will present the much needed platform for photovoltaic companies in Korea and abroad to promote their brands and technologies.

At the EXPO Solar / PV Korea 2011, more than 300 companies from 30 countries will showcase their technological breakthroughs in about 1,000 shelves. Local exhibitors include industry-leading names such as Hyundai Heavy Industries, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics and key companies such as SKC, Daeyeong Metal, SFA, Hanmi Semiconductor, TES and Wooil Hightech. Exhibitors from outside the solar companies include global leaders such as Schmid (Germany), Roth & Rau (Germany), DKSH (Germany), ET Solar (China) and Nisshinbo (Japan).

Expo held in conjunction with Solar / PV 2011 Korea, 2011 World Forum PV solar sector provides experts worldwide to discuss the latest technological and photovoltaic market.

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