A week ago marked the start of the first virtual EuroSun. More than 200 experts from the worlds of research and business had signed up for the three-day event organised by the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) and supported by the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme.
In a recent article by SolarThermalWorld, Bärbel Epp, author of the SolarThermal Newsletter and long time attendee of EuroSun looks back at some of the highlights of the event. In the article the organizers and participants of EuroSun 2020 provide more information about their future aspirations for the development of the field of solar energy, and how events like EuroSun can help in providing a platform that can further help promoting the usage of solar energy.
“We are offering workshops and networking sessions on all three conference days. In short, although we currently cannot meet in Athens face to face, we can still chat and debate during these dedicated sessions,” explained Chief Conference Organiser Joanna Costello, ISES Deputy Executive Secretary.
You can read the full article here.