State of Georgia Europe Office




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Consulting
  • Research and development
  • State initiatives and public authorities

Contact Information

+49 89 51702740
State of Georgia Europe Office
Max-Weber-Platz 11
81675 München, Germany
Individual company presentation

Serving as an extension of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), the state's Europe Office, based in Munich, Germany, assists and supports prospective and existing European companies wishing to establish or expand business operations in the United States, while also helping Georgia-based companies export their products around the world. The State of Georgia Europe Office was founded in 1973.

You may be surprised to learn that Georgia is a “Top 10” solar installations state with enough installed solar capacity to power 310,257 homes. In fact, the largest operational solar PV plant in the Southeastern United States is located in Twiggs County, Georgia. The growth in our renewable industry portfolio is paying off for our businesses and workforce. With a 30% increase in jobs over the previous year, Georgia was ranked No. 1 in solar jobs growth in the Solar Jobs Census 2019, published by the Solar Foundation. Additionally, Georgia came in sixth place in total solar manufacturing employment.

Jobs in clean energy are the jobs of the future, and in addition to solar manufacturing, this includes solar project development and installation. We are focused on recruiting the technologies not just of today, but for tomorrow – and our University System of Georgia researchers are leading this cutting-edge move and supplying us with the workforce to do it.

Commissioner Pat Wilson was interviewed about Georgia’s approach during Clean Energy Week 2020. Watch what he had to say in the video below.

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Further Content

Press Release

The smarter E Europe Restart 2021 – A Spectacular New Start for the Innovation Hub

October 11, 2021

After a triumphant three days, it’s clear that The smarter E Europe Restart 2021 was a success. Taking place in a more compact restart format due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the innovation hub for new energy solutions was an absolute success. With more than 450 exhibitors, 45,000 square meters of exhibition space and around 26,000 visitors from 93 countries, it was possible to host the event again for the first time in two years. Responses from exhibitors, visitors, organizers und partners were positive across the board: “We are so happy to finally meet again in person!” The industry is looking forward to the next The smarter E Europe from May 11–13, 2022.

Press release

Conventional electricity imports are the Achilles’ heel of the German energy transition

September 30, 2021

EUPD Research study findings show that about two thirds of private households are concerned about increasing electricity imports based on conventional energy sources. An analysis of German electricity imports in 2021 reveals a heterogeneous picture.

Expert Interview

"The vehicle system and the global charging infrastructure must be BiDi-capable in the long term"

September 3, 2021

Interview with Martin Roemheld


Download the Study "Energy Transition in the Context of Nuclear and Coal Phase-Out"

To avoid a shortfall in electricity generation, photovoltaics and storage must be greatly expanded in Germany.


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