PR - ETIP PV - Platform for Photovoltaics elects new members to its Steering Committee

23 May 2024, Brussels

European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics elects new members to its Steering Committee

On 22 May 2024, the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics (ETIP PV) Steering Committee met to discuss the platform’s latest activities and elect new members. The meeting took place in advance of the ETIP PV’s 2024 Annual Conference in Brussels.

In preparation for the establishment of a co-programmed partnership on Photovoltaics, the ETIP PV Steering Committee took the decision to  guarantee the representation of the solar PV industry and research community by adding permanent seats for it: (1) The European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) PV, (2) The Association of European Renewable Energy Research Centers (EUREC), (3) The European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC), (4) SolarPower Europe (SPE) and (5) Thin-Film PV Technology association (PVthin).

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