Facts & Figures

The increasing interest in solar integration issues motivated us to organize the first Solar Integration Workshop in Aarhus in 2011. Since the second edition, the number of participants has always reached more than 100, and even 175 in Berlin for the 2014 workshop, 172 for the event in Vienna and 171 in Stockholm.

The 10th Solar & Storage Integration Workshop will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia with a duration of 1.5 days, preceded by the 4th E-Mobility Integration Symposium and followed by the 19th Wind Integration Workshop.

The Solar Integration Workshop provides an international forum to:

  • discuss project experiences
  • discuss innovative ideas and present results from ongoing research
  • stimulate interdisciplinary thinking between solar energy and power transmission industries, as well as universities
  • identify subjects requiring more research efforts


Presentations are held by invited speakers from companies and leading research institutes as well as by workshop participants (Call for Papers).


You would like to know where last year’s participants come from, what type of company they work for, how they became aware of the symposium and how many took part in total?

Then have a look at the following charts:

Figure 1: Number of participants & participating countries at the 8th Solar Integration Workshop in Dublin, Ireland (2019)

The following figures give you some details about the past Solar Integration Workshop in Stockholm/Sweden. Figure 2 shows that the share of participants from Germany is relatively high, which has been the case at past workshops as well.

Figure 2: Participants by country at the Solar Integration Workshop in Dublin, Ireland (2019)

*Others: France, Saudi Arabia, Denmark, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Finland, China, Canada, Bulgaria, Belgium, Bangladesh, South Africa, Singapore, Portugal, Poland, Netherlands, Korea, Faroe Islands, Estonia, Cyprus, Brazil

Figure 3: Structure of participants based on organization type at the Solar Workshop in Dublin, Ireland (2019)

Figure 4: How participants became aware of the Solar Workshop in Dublin, Ireland (2019)