LAS VEGAS — The last day of Solar Power International tends to be a little more casual. Exhibitors, exhausted from frenzied activity over the first two days, can take a step back and reflect a bit. Check out our slideshow for more scenes from the tradeshow floor.
The lower level of the back half of the tradeshow floor as seen from above.
Vaisala’s Solar performance map for 2013 showing solar anomalies for June, July, and August. The more intense the color the more abnormal the month with blue indicating lower than average GHI (left) or DNI (right) and orange indicating higher than average amounts. Vaisala also had maps for the 2014 summer that it was handing out to attendees.
One of the stunning cats featured in the RECOM booth. The company always bring a bit of wildlife to its exotic exhibits.
It’s SEIA’s 40th birthday and the organization invited people to sign its giant birthday card in its booth.
Phoenix Contact was donating $1 for every person who stopped by to learn about the company and allow it to print their name on one of their pink DIN rails.