In this pv magazine Webinar, Sungrow will show a range of case studies exemplifying when and where it makes sense to also utilize the northern side of the roof. We will discuss the sizing of the generator and run through a few examples of such installations in Europe, analyzing the costs in each region and for each use-case.
Blessed with some of the highest levels of solar irradiation in the world, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has almost limitless potential for PV development. And while desert regions outside many of the region’s major cities already host some of the world’s largest PV installations, MENA has been a slower mover when it comes to rooftop solar. But that is set to change. In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll take a closer look at Huawei’s latest offering for the rooftop market, the FusionSolar Residential Smart PV Solution, and why the Middle East will be a key region in the development of distributed solar in years to come.
This pv magazine Webinar will investigate how BIPV companies and stakeholders such as architects, the construction sector, smart city initiatives and regulations, and more, can work together, to create generating assets from large buildings in urban environments and commercial applications, to residential environments.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will be going behind the curtain at Sungrow to peak in at their processes from prototype to mass production, including the exploration of some of their most advanced quality test processes and equipment. This will include some new light on recent innovative features in the residential sphere including PID Recovery and Arc Fault Circuit Interruption with Sungrow’s new 3-phase and 1-phase PV inverters.
The future residential energy supply is complex and challenging for installers: solar panels on the roof, battery storage nearby, and an electric vehicle in the garage. And, in 2021, energy management systems for smart control to maximize self-consumption, and the share of green electricity in households.
The last decade saw residential storage take off, achieving vast industry growth and customer adoption in a relatively short time. While the 2010s became the decade of residential solar, can energy storage follow the same blueprint for success in 2021?
Across Europe, markets for residential PV are evolving. Shifting policy priorities, new module technologies and new use cases for solar mean that component suppliers need to be ready to adapt to different requirements from installers and system owners.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll introduce the latest addition to Sungrow’s residential portfolio in Europe– a 3-phase PV inverter that’s both scalable and packed with features. We’ll take a look at how the inverter enables system designers to meet varying customer needs in terms of power, space, and security, and why this type of flexibility is key in many of Europe’s rapidly diversifying residential PV markets.
Battery storage is much talked about in the solar industry. But when is a battery an economically sensible addition to a solar rooftop? Together with this webinar’s initiative partner Solis, we will discuss residential storage opportunities across various European markets. There will be insights and lessons learned from mature residential solar markets such as the UK, but we will also look ahead and see what some newer markets such as Belgium, Poland, and Sweden hold in terms of residential storage deployment opportunities.
According to the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA), one third of new residential solar PV systems in the U.S. will be coupled with energy storage by 2025. Even today, more than 70 percent of solar installers are already offering storage – but many of them still struggle to convert buyers successfully. If you’re thinking about adding storage as a service offering for the first time – or simply trying to fine tune your current process – this webinar is for you.
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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