If you ever wonder what is the biggest San Francisco, CA trade show booth design going to be, then the Intersolar North America will be staging one of the most awaited events of the year, providing a glimpse on PV production tech, renewable source of energy, thermal innovation, and photovoltaic innovations.
In the past years, globally renowned companies such as SolarEdge and Samsung, who have changed the landscape of the solar energy industry, have graced the San Francisco, CA trade show displays. Opportunities from all over the world, especially from the national market, interact with the market leaders and its customers, sharing the latest developments and best practices, focusing on providing affordable solutions to consumers with varying budgets and sustaining a clean energy source throughout the United States.
According to Consumer Affairs, solar power is often cheaper than electricity from the grid, making solar a logical option for businesses. Many large companies such as Walmart, IKEA, Google, Facebook, Apple, Kohl’s and Walgreens have begun transitioning to solar on a large scale in recent years. Many solar farms also had sprung up across the country and even across the globe.
In most countries which had adopted the use of solar panels, many solar contracts in Africa and Australia have an average lifespan of 20 years. In the US, states like Nevada, New Mexico, Florida, Texas, and even California had utilized solar farms as an industry in providing commercial energy to households in the past decades. More and more homes are inclined to make it more “domestic”, in a sense that they wish to have it installed on their homes. Solar panels are exceptionally durable and reliable. Manufacturers and maintenance providers have become confident in the solar system. Warranties such as performance and workmanship are some of the most discussed investment for any prospective user for the products.
Many people still do not know how solar works. With solar panels installed on the roof, cleaner ways for families to access electricity, accompanied by the dramatic reduction of air pollution and carbon dioxide (CO2) are released into the atmosphere. Even the World Health Organization has been campaigning to reduce the carbon footprint of all the citizens of the world. Intersolar North America’s mission is simple by creating an environment which is pollution-free, a sustainable alternative source of energy, and providing more and more Americans with affordable yet green options through solar energy.
The demand for solar panels in the United States in the last 5 years are still setting a high record; making solar panels more affordable and accessible.
So, if you want to just flip the switch, and find some very good ideas this year, head on to the exhibition and feel how the trade booth designs of well-respected Intersolar North America participants work their wonders in the world of solar energy. You can check out more info on visiting our website at Blazer Exhibits & Events for more information.