Solar companies have an important role to play in embedding sustainability in their operations if lofty ambitions are to become a reality. On November 8, together with Trina Solar, we will examine the latest analysis of solar sustainability towards the terawatt age as well as providing insights into the report and the company’s ambitions for radically reducing emissions in its operations.
Recent years have seen silicon wafers, solar cells and PV modules introduced to the market in a range of different sizes, as manufacturers seek cost optimization all along the supply chain. And though this move away from standardized dimensions has caused a few disruptions, the industry is generally keen to realize potential for cost reductions where it exists and has been quick to embrace larger format products. In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll take a closer look at Trina Solar’s latest innovation, producing rectangular shaped cells that promise to revolutionize the industry by packing more watts into shipping containers and onto rooftops and racking systems, bringing big BOS savings for project owners and developers.
En este pv magazine Webinar, ampere.cloud mostrará con ejemplos a las empresas de O&M cómo operar significativamente más activos con el mismo equipo; a los EPC, cómo cumplir los requisitos (incluidas las certificaciones) de los operadores de la red y garantizar una inyección estable y conforme a las normas a un coste asequible; y a propietarios cómo garantizar el retorno de la inversión en activos.
String inverters continue to grow in capacity to support the growing size and output of high-power and high-current PV modules becoming more normal at utility-scale. And that’s changing the equation for LCOE, at a critical growth point in the solar industry. In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear from Sungrow about its new maximum-power three-phase 352kVA utility string inverter, the SG350HX, and discuss availability, certifications, and how LCOE is affected.
The promises of a longer lifetime and better performance under harsh conditions, such as desert heat, are among the key reasons the PV industry is beginning to make the switch to n-type technologies. While the cell technologies themselves are a major factor, there’s a whole lot more to think about when it comes to ensuring long-term reliability for modules in the field. In this pv magazine Webinar, we examine the joint roles of advanced cell technology and proven bill of materials in ensuring reliability as expected lifetimes for PV modules move to 30 years and beyond.
In this pv magazine Webinar, new off-grid solar products from Morningstar will be announced, with key developments to its foundational products in its GenStar MPPT DC charging platform. And, new SureSine inverters, featuring six models, from 150-2500W, engineered following years of demand from customers, with industrial-grade build quality and wireless apps for a new, complete solution.
Neste pv magazine Webinar, vamos comparar as tecnologias de inversores centrais e string da TBEA para usinas de geração centralizada e investigar quando faz sentido usar cada tipo de tecnologia. A empresa Chinesa de inversores tem as duas tipologias de inversores no seu portfólio e diz-se assim em posição para apresentar uma comparação não tendenciosa.
In this pv magazine Webinar, the quality assurance inspection body STS, will outline the key takeaways observed across more than 2 GW of inspected hardware, to provide an illustration of common areas of issue. The presentation will also include an overview of STS’ hierarchy of priorities, when it comes to assessing one’s own manufacturing processes for consistent quality.
There is no question that rooftop PV systems have to be safe, for residents, fire and emergency services, and for installers. However, how justified are some concerns being raised about system safety? And what missteps have been made while trying to mitigate some perceived threats? In this pv magazine Webinar, experts from SMA and Fraunhofer ISE will present real-world data on rooftop PV system safety and argue that some claims made about certain system architectures might not be as robust as claimed.
In this upcoming pv magazine Webinar, Italian PV backsheet manufacturer Coveme and US/Canadian module producer Silfab Solar will present the results of their Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) of PV backsheets which demonstrate that there is not only a strong correlation between the PVEL Backsheet Durability Sequence and the component-level HALT results, but that component level testing can be a crucial consideration for module manufacturers.
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