PODCAST: Europe’s surging demand for energy storage and latest global solar PV market trends

By Liam Stoker
Samsung SDI batteries at ees Europe 2022. Image: Cameron Murray / Solar Media

The Solar Media Podcast returns to discuss the continued rise of TOPCon PV modules and energy storage demand throughout Europe.

Fresh from Intersolar Europe 2022 and the accompanying electrical energy storage Europe (ees Europe) trade show, the PV Tech and Energy-Storage.news editorial teams reflect on the exhibition and what it means for a European solar renaissance – both upstream and downstream – with the European Commission’s REPowerEU plan providing the perfect backdrop.

There’s also talk of the stress currently felt in the energy storage supply chain, a look at how the supplier – customer relationship has changed in renewables after more than a year of surging prices and a detailed assessment of which energy storage markets are on the rise.

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