Exhibition: Intersolar 2022

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11-13 May 2022, Munich, Germany
Exhibition stand A2.570
Meet us at the world's leading trade fair for the solar industry

Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin is once again presenting itself and its research at this year's Intersolar Europe. We look forward to presenting our activities in the fields of photovoltaics, innovative thin-film technologies and green hydrogen.
The team from BAIP - the Consultancy Office for Building-Integrated Photovoltaics will also be on site and available for questions and discussions.

Let's meet at our exhibition stand A2.570.

TIPP: Intersolar Forum (in German)
"Mehr als nur Strom im Sinn - Gebäudeintegrierte Solartechnik/BIPV"
Mi, 11.4.2022, 16-17:30
with T. Kühn, "BIPV aus Perspektive der Architekten"

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