Like so many other industries in 2020, operating a PV plant is all about data. Inverters, long known as the ‘brains’ of a PV system, are still getting smarter and, as the first component in a PV system where data on the energy being generated is gathered, have a key role to play here. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will take a closer look at the features of Sungrow’s CX Series inverters.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will welcome five experts to discuss wind directionality and stowing position of single-axis trackers, and how to avoid and mitigate common mistakes to build trust in the solar industry.
In this pv magazine Webinar, developed in partnership with Sungrow, we will examine two case studies to explore the various conditions that benefit string and central inverters. By the end of the webinar, you’ll have a better idea of which inverter best suits your needs.
How can grid stability be ensured while grid compliance standards across Europe are changing? Hear from the experts how different regimes lead to different field practices within compliance verification. Join pv magazine and our initiative partner meteocontrol and DNV GL to discuss grid integration.
The PV module technology landscape has an unavoidable feature in 2020: bigger modules with higher power output. But do bigger modules based on standard cell technologies really deliver? pv magazine Australia is partnering with Risen Energy Australia to examine what innovation looks like from the wafer, right through to the cell and a module – to investigate why 210mm wafers and the next-generation of heterojunction can cut through on cost and performance.
Unforeseen circumstances and current events may force you to sell solar remotely for the next few months. Like most solar companies, you may currently rely on meeting your customers in-person, and you may be wondering how to transition to a remote process in the era of social distancing. Have a look at this webinar to learn how to sell solar remotely.
As commercial PV is becoming more competitive, it’s critical to improve business efficiency, close more deals, and increase ASPs (average selling price). However, there are numerous challenges in commercial PV systems that can make the design and planning process complicated. With innovative and easy-to-use design and simulation tools, installers can become more efficient in the sales, planning, and design process. Join this webinar to learn how to overcome some of the top challenges in the design of commercial PV systems.
Ensuring quality cabling is crucial to the overall solar power output, and as such there are key issues that require consideration. Fixing issues after installation can be costly and reduce solar output, reducing yield and LCoE gain. Many of these challenges can be addressed through careful planning and an optimized, intelligent cable routing management system. Which is why LEONI have developed the concept iC/DCabling Harnessing Solution Plug ‘n Play. Join our webinar to understand how Plug ‘n Play, in combination with an intelligent Cable Routing Management (iCRM) can reduce the costs of DC cabling.
As a new market emerges due to the growing demand for solar on new buildings, contractors and installers need new design and sales processes to effectively serve this sector. This webinar, in partnership with Aurora Solar, will showcase how contractors can overcome the challenges of designing PV systems for new residential and commercial buildings. Policy […]
With declining costs, and increasing amounts of solar+storage added to electrical grids across the globe, there is a growing need to understand how to build bankable projects. The creation of multi-use business cases is key. In this upcoming pv magazine webinar, powered by Sterling & Wilson, we will discuss the bankability of utility-scale solar PV […]
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