The 17th International Renewable Energy Exhibition in Rimini, Italy (K.EY – The Energy Transition Expo) is organized by the well-known organizer ITALIAN EXHIBITION GROUP S.P.A. It is held every year and is the second-largest energy exhibition in Europe, with the most comprehensive coverage. The most prestigious renewable energy exhibition. SCU will participate in the exhibition from February 28, 2024, to March 1, 2024.
- Date: 28 February – 01 March, 2024
- Location: Rimini Expo Centre, Italy
- Booth Number: Visit us at B7-105A
Statement from SCU
“We are very honored to participate in the 17th International Renewable Energy Show in Rimini, Italy. This is a great opportunity to showcase our latest technologies and solutions and a platform to share our progress in the new energy field with industry colleagues. We We look forward to connecting with participants at the exhibition and discussing the future direction of clean energy.”
The exhibition focuses on photovoltaics, battery energy storage systems, effective energy conservation, providing energy solutions for industries and residences, and achieving sustainable development. Exhibits include solar products and photovoltaic power generation systems and equipment, wind energy equipment, hydro energy technology, ocean energy systems, electricity and new energy, etc. The 2024 exhibition will open nearly 20 pavilions with an exhibition area of 150,000 square meters, attracting a total of 1,500 exhibitors and more than 120,000 visitors.
- Integrated optical storage and charging solution: PV + EV charger + energy storage system solution, an intelligent, modular and integrated microgrid solution that integrates a multi-functional bidirectional converter MPPT module, EV charging module and charging control matrix source device. It has the dual functions of charging and energy storage.
- Advanced energy storage technology: SCU will showcase its latest generation of energy storage systems, covering lithium-ion batteries, energy storage solutions and smart energy management systems. These technologies will demonstrate SCU’s leadership in clean energy storage.
- Renewable Energy Integration: SCU’s booth will demonstrate how energy storage systems can be combined with renewable energy sources such as solar and wind to use and store sustainable energy efficiently.
- Smart energy solutions: SCU’s smart energy management system will maximize energy utilization and improve system efficiency through a data-driven approach.
Italian PV market analysis
As one of the important photovoltaic markets in Europe, Italy has a stable demand for photovoltaic power. According to data released by the Italian Grid Corporation, Italy’s cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity has reached 19.862GW, an increase of 182MW compared to 19.68GW in 2017. According to analysis, the growth trend of the Italian photovoltaic market has been basically stable in the past three years, roughly around 30MW per month. The total new capacity in 2018 is expected to be 300-360MW.
- Italy plans to phase out coal power by 2025 and vigorously develop renewable energy.
According to a framework document drafted by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and Environment, Italy plans to increase the proportion of renewable energy in total energy consumption to 28% by 2030. Among them, the proportion of renewable energy in the power generation field will increase to 55%; the proportion of renewable energy in the transportation field will increase to 21%. At the same time, Italy also plans to double its investment in clean energy research and development in 2021, from US$258 million in 2013 to US$517 million.
- Residential industrial and commercial PV are a huge driver of solar energy development in Italy.
Residential PV installations with a scale of up to 20 kW remain the mainstay of Italy’s solar sector, with approximately 67.7 MW of new installed capacity. Meanwhile, photovoltaic systems in the power range from 20 kW to 10 kW totaled 46.2 MW. Overall, as of the end of April 2018, the cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity in Italy has reached 19.7 GW.