We developed the ENABLING PV project series more than 10 years ago together with the German Solar Association (BSW-Solar). The aim is to promote the dissemination of those PV applications in foreign markets whose potential has not yet been fully exploited. To this end, we organise round tables in our partner countries that bring together local actors with German and local PV companies as well as with experts from science and education. As a basis for this, we provide the latest information on the potential applications of PV in the partner countries in our ENABLING PV studies. Based on this, pilot installations or training measures are discussed, planned and implemented together with local stakeholders.


Our roundtables are a tried-and-tested event format for publicising the potential of solar power use in partner countries and discussing market development activities together with government institutions, companies and training providers, and then implementing joint projects to develop solar power use locally.

Market Studies

Our studies provide public decision-makers, companies and investors with the latest information on the development of the PV market in partner countries. We analyse the potentials and barriers, the current investment framework and the resulting profitability of common grid-connected and off-grid PV applications. In this way, we help companies and investors to navigate the dynamic landscape of international and national PV market and industry.

Demonstration and educational projects

We regularly design and implement PV pilot installations with high but still untapped dissemination potential in partner countries. With the help of German and local companies as well as with public authorities, we plan the installations, secure financing through funding and sponsorship, and organise accompanying marketing measures and training after successful installation. In the course of this, we also realise solar systems in universities, secondary schools and vocational schools, inaugurate them ceremonially and organise training for the teaching staff in order to permanently integrate solar technology into the classroom.