The current evolution of central solar inverters is leading us to very high powers to reduce the LCoE for utility-scale projects. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will look at the hybrid liquid-air cooling system developed by Gamesa Electric and explore a central question: “Can a liquid-air cooling system increase production by up to 3,6%?”
In this webinar we will take a look at the latest version of the software, which has been available since April after an extensive test phase. We want to hear from Alexander Braun, Strategic Product Management & Project Engineering at Solar-Log, how it succeeds in meeting the needs of different customer groups, from private plant owners to professional O&M providers. What functionalities will the program add and which ones will the users have to say goodbye to? In addition, Holger Schroth, Director of Marketing at Solar-Log, will give us an outlook on tomorrow’s features.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss how combining smart energy offerings can help homeowners make the best use of the rooftop generated PV power. Join us in the debate on how to boost self-consumption with smart energy management!
If there ever was a time to learn how to effectively sell solar remotely – it’s now. The current situation will require new tools and techniques to win people’s solar hearts and minds. Join us for this timely pv magazine Webinar and be part of the conversation!
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.
What does it mean for future projects when the output of modules continuously increases, even exceeding the threshold of 500 watts per module? Join this pv magazine Webinar with Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy and Trina Solar to find out.
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.
Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) is dividing the solar industry. There are ardent defenders of the single MPPT-channel approach and those that cannot seem to get enough channels. To understand the conflict, it is necessary to know how the technology works in string-inverter based utility-scale projects and what it does. Is this a crucial inverter feature, what are the tangible advantages in the design and over the lifecycle of a PV system?
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.
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.
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