On October 30th the German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. carried another edition of the Germany California Solar Day at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco.
The eightth Germany California Solar Day focused on recent developments in the solar industry in Germany and California.
The conference was the highlight of the delegate companies’ trip to the United States to meet potential new business partners and was supported by the export initiative “Renewables made in Germany” of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
Special feature of the conference included two panel discussions on “Reducing Soft Cost on the Way to Continued Growth in the U.S. – Best Practices, Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities” and “Bankability Factors, Best Practices and Innovative Strategies for Successful Solar Project Finance”. Among the experts discussing were Joachim Seel (UC Berkeley), Helge Biernath (Sunstall), Danny Kennedy (Sungevity), Matt Cheney (Clean Path), Boris Schubert (Q-Cells). In his keynote speech Martin Mesmer (Solar E.ON) discussed the opportunities of utility scale solar for the U.S.
The conference was followed by an evening networking reception at Greens Restaurant.
For more information please visit www.gaccsanfrancisco.com