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.
The shift to larger wafer formats has been by far the most important trend in the PV supply chain over the past year. While other sizes are also being introduced to the market, the 182mm product is initially expected to represent the largest share. And it is viewed by many as the optimal way to ensure considerable gains in energy yield whist minimizing disruption to supply chain and end markets. We’ll delve into these claims surrounding modules based on the 182mm wafer, taking a closer look at Jinko’s Tiger pro module series.
La nueva serie de módulos Tiger PRO de JinkoSolar y, en particular, los productos con backsheets transparentes serán analizados en un Webinar de pv magazine, en el cual se discutirá sobre si y cómo estos productos pueden mejorar el coste nivelado de la electricidad (LCOE) de los proyectos fotovoltaicos a gran escala en los mercados solares de América Latina.
Hail is becoming a bigger financial risk for insurers, and they’re not covering all the damage. As glass gets thinner and storms get worse, solar asset owners need to take notice. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss the technological and meteorological trends that are leading to more frequent, severe and destructive hailstorms, as well as how projects are traditionally insured against hail-related damages.
Dans ce pv magazine Webinar, Stephan Padlewski et Lucie Garreau de la société DuPont discuteront des solutions innovantes pour prolonger la durée de vie des panneaux photovoltaïques. Au cours du webinaire, nous présenterons aussi des cas spécifiques de failles sur les panneaux.
As the next generation of high-powered PV technology begins to roll off production lines, how these modules will fare in the field is a question on the lips of many. And it is a question we will look to address in this pv magazine Webinar, hosted in partnership with Canadian Solar.
We’ll take a closer look at the new technologies that are wrapped up in Canadian Solar’s new HiKu7 and BiHiKu7 modules, designed to reduce the LCOE for solar plants and set the stage for global grid parity. With power ratings up to 665 W, HiKu7 and BiHiKu7 open the door to further optimizations at several levels, promising lower LCOE and a higher return on investment, without creating additional challenges for installers or components suppliers.
Is bigger always better? Had this year not already been dubbed the year of Covid-19, the solar industry might have remembered 2020 as the super-high-power modules year. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss how EPCs and developers can maximize output and return on investment for their next project using these latest generation modules.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss with Paul Wormser of CEA and Elias Hinckley of K&L Gates the IRS’ Safe Harbor Provision for Solar Energy Projects and how to take advantage of it.
While investment in solar energy has taken off considerably in the last decade, the science of investing is not a perfect one, and potential players require access to any and all relevant data relating to a project before they make big-bet decisions.
With the share of photovoltaics growing rapidly everywhere in the world, the energy transition is entering a new phase. For the next leg, the integration of PV will become much more important and PV plants will have to become smarter, more flexible and more integrated into overall energy networks.