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Navigating changing dynamics in U.S. module supply

The U.S. solar market has been experiencing an oversupply of PV modules, accompanied by rapidly falling prices. However, the threat of a new solar AD/CVD case could turn oversupply into scarcity overnight. In this pv magazine Webinar, we examine the risks and opportunities the industry’s rapidly changing supply environment presents to buyers and other project stakeholders and look at the most effective ways to manage them.

Hail risk mitigation strategies for solar assets

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will assess the risk of hail, and gain an understanding of the insurance marketplace for utility-scale solar assets.

TOPCon overcoming obstacles: improving performance of backsheet-based monofacial products

In this pv magazine Webinar, Jinko Solar will present its own TOPCon technology and analyze the results of several test fields conducted with TOPCon panel in Saudi Arabia. The country’s conditions are characterized by high solar irradiance, high ambient temperature, low humidity, low rainfall, and moderate wind speed.

Weather alert – measuring module load in snowy regions

Snow and ice pose challenges for European solar installers. The K2 Buddy app monitors loads and alerts when thresholds are exceeded. Learn how it integrates with K2 Base planning software in this pv magazine Webinar.

N-type trends in 2024

In this pv magazine webinar, we examine key innovations of the latest module series from JA Solar, DeepBlue 4.0 Pro. This bifacial TOPCon module incorporates rectangular wafers, small-space interconnection, and more innovations promising top performance in utility-scale, commercial, and residential projects.

ETIP PV White Paper – PV Manufacturing in Europe, ensuring Resilience through industrial policy

In this pv magazine webinar, we’ll welcome the authors of the latest European Technology and Innovation Platform (ETIP) PV white paper focused on the European PV value chain.

The value of standard module formats in the n-type era

The solar industry is headed toward standardization on module sizes, and many along the supply chain are breathing a sigh of relief. An optimized standard format promises savings in component supply, installation and shipping, and will end a long period of confusion for the solar industry. In this pv magazine Webinar, Trina Solar explains the value of its optimized sizing and product design based on 210mm rectangular wafers, and treats us to a closer look at the company’s latest cell and module innovations.

Minimizing partial shading yield losses

Shading, where even just a small part of a PV system is left out of the sunlight, can be a significant drag on the energy yield of the entire system. But as solar integrates further into our built environments and other places that don’t offer uniform flat land, it’s an issue that PV module and system designers will have to face head on. Optimizers offer one solution, but building shading resilience into the module itself can have even better outcomes, as we’ll see in this pv magazine Webinar.

La estandarización de módulos para eliminar el ruido del sistema

En este pv magazine Webinar, Longi presentará la hoja de ruta para los próximos años con nuevas células y módulos fotovoltaicos de alta eficiencia: la empresa anunció recientemente que planea implantar su tecnología de células solares de contacto posterior (back contact) en la mayor parte de su producción de paneles: en concreto, Longi prevé alcanzar una capacidad total de producción de células solares de más 110 GW a finales de 2023.

Mounted PV: Steel foundations explored

We will talk about its solutions for strong foundation design and durability, and options to reduce environmental impact as part of its XCarb® recycled and renewably produced steel program.

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