IBC SOLAR becomes a member of SolarPower Europe
Bad Staffelstein / Germany, January 27, 2020 – IBC SOLAR AG, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage has become a member of SolarPower Europe, the European solar PV association. As a member-led association that represents almost 40 countries in Europe and beyond, it provides a unique network for companies and organisations active across the entire solar value chain.
As a pioneer in the solar industry, IBC SOLAR has been driving decentralised power generation for many years and is committed to the further expansion and development of better framework conditions for solar energy. As a member of SolarPower Europe, IBC SOLAR, along with the association’s more than 200 members, aims to support the realisation of a sustainable and intelligent renewable energy system. The objective of SolarPower Europe is not only to position solar energy as the leading technology for renewables, but also to help deliver climate targets set by the EU before 2050.
“Photovoltaics is increasingly becoming the indispensable backbone for the transformation of Europe’s power supply. SolarPower Europe is doing an excellent job of communicating the importance and capabilities of solar energy in Brussels and beyond. IBC SOLAR is proud to support the excellent work of SolarPower Europe and its members. We look forward to working together,” explains Jörg Ebel, Vice President Corporate Affairs at IBC SOLAR.
In addition to membership in the SolarPower Europe association, IBC SOLAR is also a member of the Global Solar Council, the BDEW (Federal Association of Energy and Water Management) and BSW-Solar (Federal Association of Solar Industry). By joining SolarPower Europe, the company is strengthening its commitment to making solar a leading energy technology.
Walburga Hemetsberger, CEO of SolarPower Europe, said: "We are delighted to welcome IBC SOLAR as a new member of SolarPower Europe. IBC SOLAR is helping to build a bridge between solar manufacturers, developers, and installers. Their vast experience and expertise will help us deliver on our goals for making 2020 a solar decade, and we will work together to ensure that more energy is generated from solar than any other energy source by 2030.”