You can now guarantee your participation in Brazil Solar Power 2018!! The official event of the Brazilian photovoltaic sector will be held on June 12 and 13, in Rio de Janeiro, at SulAmérica Convention Center. During the two days, BSP will discuss the most important matters aiming at the development of the solar photovoltaic source in Brazil, both in utilities-scale (centralized generation - GC) and rooftop PV (distributed generation - GD), counting with the presence of the most important executives and electric power sector authorities.




BSP has become the most important congress of the photovoltaic sector in Brazil. Among its participants, 64% are strong influencer and decision makers in their companies - project developers, equipment manufacturers, EPCs, etc. With a rich and wide agenda, the BSP congress brings important national and international executives, as well as the authorities of the Brazilian electric sector (EPE, ONS, CCEE, Aneel and MME).


National and international companies are present at the BSP trade show. Manufacturers of modules, inverters, cables, structures, EPCs etc. bring their products and services to the exhibition. To fullfil the attendee's value proposition, workshops with high-quality content are presented at no additional cost. Market research, new technologies, financing alternatives and other topics add value to the visit of all participants.



The Brazilian Photovoltaic Solar Energy Association - ABSOLAR is the official organization that gathers companies and professionals from the whole PV value chain with operations in Brazil. ABSOLAR coordinates, represents, and defends the common interests of the PV sector regarding the development of the PV market in Brazil, promoting and advertising the use of PV electricity in the country.


Grupo CanalEnergia is the leading content provider for the Brazilian Power & Utilities Market, operating the major online media outlet for the industry in the country, as well as organizing some of the most important events (conferences and exhibitions) in Brazil, such as Brazil Windpower ( and ENASE (

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Brazil competes with other opportunities, sun is not only in Brazil, it is everywhere. If we do not create a more competitive, more favorable environment, the resource finds profitability elsewhere and that’s all we do not want at the moment.

Commitment and support for renewable energy is a characteristic of my generation, which is committed to low carbon
emission sources, so we are looking at an energy policy that can signal this very clearly.
— Fernando Coelho Filho, Mines and Energy Minister
The technical potential of solar photovoltaic energy in Brazil is immense and surprising. It is more than 28,500 GW in large-scale generation and more than 164 GW in residential roofs in the distributed generation, and these conservative estimates.
— Rodrigo Sauaia, ABSOLAR CEO