ICEEPE23 & Agrivoltaics Conference in Athens: Focus on European response to sustainable development
At the Divani Caravel in Athens, Greece, the pioneers of the Green European Industry will meet during the 3rd International Conference and Exhibition for the Green Flexible Printed Electronics Industry (ICEEPE23) & Agrivoltaics, from 30 October to 1 November, to announce their new achievements and discuss new trends in the global market.
The conferences and the exhibition are organised by the LTFN Nanotechnology Laboratory of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and the Hellenic Association of Organic & Printed Electronics Enterprises HOPE-A and bring together internationally recognised experts from industry and business, investors, policy makers, representatives of national and European authorities, top scientists and engineers, to establish partnerships, networking, and strategy and policy development for the empowerment of the rapidly growing industry of Green Printed Electronics and its applications.
These applications span Green Energy, Energy Autonomous Systems, Agrovoltaics, Fuel Cells and Green Hydrogen, Lighting, Electronics and Communications, Automotive and Electric Vehicles, Smart Buildings and Cities, Smart Packaging and Security, Healthcare, Wearables, Internet of Things (IoT), etc. and the role they play in the Green - Digital - Low Carbon Footprint Industry and the Circular Economy.
Topics at the event include:
- A mass production plant of 3rd generation photovoltaic panels in Thessaloniki
- Environmentally friendly energy from any surface
- A bus stop with 3rd generation photovoltaics offers lighting and safety throughout the day, while passengers can charge their electronic devices while waiting. The functional “green” bus stop features 3rd generation Greek photovoltaics that are flexible, lightweight, translucent and environmentally friendly
- The European response to sustainable development, the circular economy and the impacts of climate change
- Organic Electronic Technologies' greenhouses are the world's first autonomous energy greenhouses that operate 100% with the energy produced by 3rd generation photovoltaics. Agrivoltaics save energy, land use and water and are the new global trend in agricultural production.
Caption: Parking with solar roof (photo: HOPE-A/LTFN)