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.
We will discuss how rigorously tested modules and correctly engineered system designs create a major opportunity for U.S. utility-scale developers to lower project risk and LCOE.
New technologies come with concerns as well as opportunities. This is true even for something as fundamental as changing the size of a silicon wafer- new dimensions and module layouts also bring changes elsewhere in the system design, and all of these need to be thoroughly tested to ensure there are no nasty surprises that appear later on. In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll delve into the reliability concerns that the rapid shift to larger, high powered modules raises, and how Jinko Solar and the industry more broadly is tackling these.
Manufacturers promise that using high-power modules with larger wafers reduces the LCOE and increases the ROI compared to standard solutions. However, what exactly makes up the cost structure? We will discuss this in our pv magazine Webinar in partnership with Seraphim Solar System, on the basis of a case study.
Australia’s large-scale solar segment has adopted the combination of bifacial modules with single-axis tracking – delivering on LCOE and power output during the times of the day when wholesale prices are high. With large-format modules now coming on the market, will the wider Asia-Pacific region follow suit?
La serie de módulos Tiger PRO de JinkoSolar será analizada en un Webinar de pv magazine, en el cual se discutirá el valor añadido de los paneles de alta potencia para las plantas fotovoltaicas a gran escala.
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.
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