Around 80% of inverters installed indoors (orange line) are still working after 10 years. Outdoor installations (blue line) perform worse even in early years. Constant temperature changes as well high humidity and dust cause problems for inverters.
Max worked for pv magazine between 2012 and 2015 on a part-time basis and returned to the fold full-time in July 2018. An old-school print journalist, he has worked in numerous sectors and his first novel, Heathens, has been serialized at Wattpad.
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