EKO Instruments won a pv magazine Award for its MS-80SH pyranometer, which impressed jurors with its ability to provide accurate measurements of solar irradiance with little need for maintenance or monitoring of the installed sensors. EKO Instruments Director Kees Hoogendijk accepted the award in Abu Dhabi, and pv magazine caught up with him to discuss solar operations and maintenance (O&M), as well as the company’s sensor solutions.
Kees Hoogendijk, director of EKO Instruments (right), accepted the pv magazine Award for balance-of-system components from pv magazine Senior Editor Emiliano Bellini at the Aloft Hotel, Abu Dhabi, in January.
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