The Barrymore Hotel
Transatlantic Solar Tech & Storage Summit (TSTSS)
The Barrymore Hotel
111 W Fortune St, Tampa, FL 33602
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GACC South Members and Non-Members: FREE
23.05.2023 · 08:30
23.05.2023 · 16:00

The United States is rapidly expanding its use of renewable energy. The Biden Administration's climate action plans have fueled investments in the development of more sustainable energy systems in both the public and private sectors. Solar power, in particular, is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional energy sources due to its renewability and affordability. Florida (aka the "Sunshine State") offers a bright new frontier for the solar market in the US.

The GACC South is hosting the Transatlantic Solar Tech + Storage Summit (TSTSS), funded by the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, to support the ongoing solar technology development in the state. This in-person conference will feature expert keynotes from both sides of the Atlantic, presentations by German solar-related companies, and networking with important stakeholders in the region. 

The conference is free to attend with Excellent Networking opportunities over breakfast and lunch; registration required. 

Conference Highlights

-> Current solar technology developments & projects in Florida
-> Expert Speakers from Germany & the US 
-> Excellent Networking opportunities, free breakfast and lunch included
-> Energy Solutions Made in Germany 
-> Panel Discussions

Agenda Found Here


David Wedepohl | CEO International Markets | German Solar Association (BSW)

Urban Windelen | CEO | German Energy Storage Association (BVES)

Lida E. Weisheit | Project Manager-Export Promotion | Renewables Academy (RENAC)

Dr. D. Yogi Goswami | Professor and Director of the Clean Energy Research Center | University of South Florida

Crispin Teufel | CEO | Lincare


The Summit is part of a week-long business delegation to Florida consisting of 8 German visiting companies in the field of Solar Technologies and Storage Solutions, funded by the "Exportinitiative Energie" or German Energy Solutions Initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Protection (BMWK). The initiative aims to promote the support for German technologies in foreign markets by connecting them to local stakeholders, consultants, and business partners. 


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