Munich, 22-24th June 2016
At the K2 Systems stand in Hall A3 the 43,000 visitors were able to discover the new flat roof S-Rock System and the optimised MiniRail, as well as cool down with a cold drink in the hot temperatures and talk directly with the K2 team. "The biggest advantage in attending Intersolar is the exchange with experts in the field, as well as meeting new contacts. The personal interaction with wholesalers, service providers and the many partners in the solar industry ultimately provides the crucial link," says Katharina David, Director K2 Systems.
Intersolar, automatica and ees together made the exhibition the leading industry event for the solar industry
Intersolar Europe celebrates its 25th anniversary with the addition of automatic, providing exciting insights into the robotic technology, as well as ees Europe, the trade fair for batteries and energy systems. In addition to better storage options, new products for the photovoltaic sector was a main topic. The complexity of the industry is evident through the various exhibitors showcasing not only mounting systems and solar modules, but also maintenance, cleaning and monitoring of PV systems.
The K2 booth with new innovative products attracted many visitors
As one of the leading mounting system manufacturers from Germany, K2 Systems presented the new flat roof S-Rock and MultiAngle systems, as well as accessories for convenient cable management solutions under the latest product innovations at Intersolar. An optimised MiniRail and the new SingleRail 50, specially designed for high snow and wind loads, enhancing components for pitched roof systems, proves once again high innovative strength, which K2 Systems stands for.
Digitalisation as the dominating theme of the exhibition
One of the most frequently discussed topics in Munich was digital networking. Various concepts and ideas were presented and the future of the data exchange and communication between photovoltaic systems and network operators was fervently discussed. The latest developments in the German EEG reform were also the subject of debate. The wide range of digitalisation was also clearly visible at automatica, where computer-controlled robots could greet visitors and perform precise production steps.
Intersolar fully reflects an international focus
The idea of international networking was just as evident with the 1,077 exhibitors as with the attendees’ collective discussions of the photovoltaic industry around the globe. At Intersolar K2 Systems was pleased to announce that its systems have been installed in more than 100 countries. For instance, project DHYBRID on the Caribbean island of Mustique has been realised with our MiniRail System and is one of the finalists in the category "Outstanding Solar Projects" of the prestigious Intersolar Awards 2016