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.
Claims of high-quality, highly durable solar modules are regularly made by manufacturers, and warranties are being extended. But how are quality assurance practices keeping step with the claims being made? And how can durable, high performance PV modules be produced while new cell and module technologies, formats and materials are being adopted at an ever-increasing rate?
As larger, heavier and more powerful modules have dominated the past year’s new product announcements, ‘what about the rooftop segment?’ has become an increasingly common question. In this pv magazine Webinar, hosted in partnership with Trina Solar, we’ll take a look at the company’s new Vertex S series modules, designed for rooftop projects. Rated up to 405 W, the module promises higher energy yields than earlier products, without the added size and weight of new large-scale products. We’ll hear from Trina about the technologies contained within the module, and its work to ensure compatibility with balance-of-systems. Experienced engineers in rooftop PV evaluate the implications of designing systems with this module. We will also throw light on it from a wholesaler perspective and the strategic placement of the product in the diversified markets of Europe.
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.
Analizar el lanzamiento de una nueva ola de módulos fotovoltaicos de gran superficie y alto rendimiento diseñados para garantizar aún mayores reducciones de LCOE en la era de la paridad de red sin subsidios es una tarea clave para todos los interesados que participan en proyectos fotovoltaicos a gran escala en todo el mundo. En este pv magazine Webinar, JinkoSolar se ha asociado con expertos de Power Electronics para promover un debate impulsado por la técnica con el fin comprender mejor el impacto de los módulos Tiger PRO en la medición del LCOE.