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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.

Glass breakage – a growing phenomenon in large-scale PV

Solar modules manufactured with glass on both sides now represent a significant chunk of the products rolling out factories around the world. And with multiple advantages over polymer backsheets – including better transparency for bifacial modules – this is a growing trend. An alarming number of PV projects, however, have reported high levels of glass breakage, without any apparent cause. In this pv magazine Webinar, quality assurance experts from PI Berlin examine how this glass breakage occurs, and what can be done in the early project stages to mitigate it during project development.

Heterojunction at the height of its power

We will discuss the remarkable efficiency increases and how the company is integrating the results in commercial production including analyzing in details of heterojunction (HJT) solar cell and module technologies.

A manufacturer guide to complying with US module import laws

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear from a well-known and BNEF Tier 1 solar module supplier Elite Solar, which has recently globally rebranded from the former name of ET Solar. The rebranding will be discussed, along with a detailed look at how Elite Solar is understanding the impacts of UFLPA & AD/CVD laws, and Elite’s action plan and risk mitigation processes, including insights into its manufacturing in Vietnam and Cambodia.

Unlocking the power of advanced analytics: maximizing value in multi-GW utility-scale solar portfolios

We will discuss and gain unique insights into the practical applications of advanced analytics in solar asset performance management, along with the potential revenue benefits it can offer.

Variables to consider in solar module procurement

While module procurement decisions in the past several years have largely been dictated by price, shifting dynamics in the industry are changing that. Factors such as supply chain reliability and traceability, changes in module technologies, and extreme weather events are shifting the decision-making processes for purchasers. In this pv magazine webinar, we will review these factors and others to consider when making a purchase.

Prospects of bringing together PV, storage and EV charging

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear about a new solution to combine PV, battery storage and EV charging in a single solution.

Reliability analysis of n-type modules

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll examine the reliability profile and technical performance of n-type modules. We will explore a roadmap to TOPCon module production and hear from industry experts about the advantages of this new technology that’s gaining traction for large-scale solar installations.

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