Both higher energy yields and longer lifetimes are needed for PV modules to meet growing customer expectations. Couple this with the fast moving nature of PV technology – larger formats, new cell interconnection techniques and many more can all affect long term performance – and it’s clear that understanding and mitigating the various mechanisms that lead to performance has never been more important. In this pv magazine Webinar we’ll examine the roles of temperature, humidity and mechanical stress in driving some of these mechanisms, and how Coolback’s innovative solution promises to limit the effects of these, ensuring both better day-to-day module performance and a longer operational lifetime.
Recently, the market for power purchase agreements has evolved, opening grand opportunities for solar companies. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will look at a Swiss alpine solar project in greater detail and learn what it takes to build a good PPA project.
Utility-scale PV in Europe is set for rapid growth in 2021. But with opportunities come challenges, and new large scale solar markets are emerging in new regions and countries. This geographical expansion can mean complications when it comes to grid connection requirements, supply chain management, and system design and construction. Join this special pv magazine Webinar to hear from market analysts, technologists, and project financiers, to learn how the new generation of solar project components can unlock 2021’s market opportunities.
Higher yield and more safety are some of the arguments of module-level power electronics suppliers. SMA, on the other hand, claims that its string inverters with integrated yield optimization outperform module optimizers regarding safety, performance and lifetime of the whole PV installation.
Durante un seminario web enteramente dedicado a los inversores para instalaciones comerciales e industriales, discutiremos con el fabricante GoodWe sobre sus soluciones de inverores string diseñadas para este segmento. ¡Esperamos su participación!
El mercado de los proyectos solares de gran tamaño está sujeto a una dura competencia, y hoy en día los grandes parques solares deber estar cada vez más optimizados y ser más eficientes. El año pasado se vieron los primeros precios en subastas públicas de todo el mundo por debajo de $ 0.02 / kWh. Para poder competir en este escenario, es imprescindible contar con productos duraderos de alta densidad y de alta potencia para satisfacer las necesidades del mercado.
The utility-scale solar marketplace is in stiff competition, and projects must get more optimized and efficient. Last year saw the first announcements of projects prompting a below $0.02/kWh bid. To be able to compete, high power density long lasting and serviceable products with high efficiency are indispensable targets supporting market price needs. Join our webinar to understand the technical aspects that are enabling the positive impact on Capex, Opex and reliable plant performance.
There is a difference between maximizing bifacial gain, and cost effectively optimizing a bifacial pv system, which means balancing increased investment costs and energy yield payback. It’s often claimed that bifacial technology can deliver energy yield gains of 20% or more, but where is the line between this potential and the added investment cost required for bifacial optimizations? In the first part of this upcoming webinar, Bruno Wittmer, chief development engineer at PVSyst, will show us how bifacial gain can be maximized through insight gained from system simulations in PVSyst.
How green is PV? And why does it matter?
The three most important influence parameters to achieve the longest life cycle of a solar tracking system are standard structural design, corrosion and wind stability. Can the tracker system be bankable for 30 years? And how does the wind stability relate to reliability?
In this pv magazine webinar, we will assess the impact of wind stability on bankability, and deep dive into a solution to improve wind stability. Our webinar partner, IDEEMATEC will present their unique rope system as the solution, which increases reliability. The result: through structural measures the risk of torsional galloping is more or less eliminated.
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