Discussion around supply chain due diligence will very likely remain a concern throughout 2023. Join this pv magazine Webinar to get informed of the latest developments, strategies, and join the discussion to share your insights.
We’ll hear from Sungrow about its highlights from 2022, touching on flagship utility inverters, a new product coming to Europe to deliver further options for the utility ESS industry, updates on supply chains, and a look ahead to 2023.
Solar companies have an important role to play in embedding sustainability in their operations if lofty ambitions are to become a reality. On November 8, together with Trina Solar, we will examine the latest analysis of solar sustainability towards the terawatt age as well as providing insights into the report and the company’s ambitions for radically reducing emissions in its operations.
Effectively procuring energy storage is a real challenge today. Automotive buyers are dominating demand for the lithium-ion market, and battery prices have started increasing for the first time. To make matters more challenging, not all battery manufacturers are equal – engaging new suppliers can carry additional commercial and technical risk. In this pv magazine Webinar we will offer a guide to navigating those risks as a buyer of energy storage systems.
We will discuss how The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) law, which recently has gone into effect, will be implemented and dive into the larger market implications. We will also provide insight and perspective into how UFLPA and pending legislation in Europe will affect global supply chains and cover techniques that module buyers can institute to help avoid product detainment, seizures, and rejections under UFLPA.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear how K2 is making connections all along the chain for rooftop PV systems, providing customers and installers with a single port of call for the whole PV system.
Join this pv magazine Webinar for a discussion about what elements should be placed into a purchase agreement, from adequate quality requirements to emerging supply chain requirements, and what support you can get from an accredited inspection body to ensure high quality PV module manufacturing and delivery.
In late June, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection placed a Withhold Release Order (WRO) on products containing material from China’s largest metallurgical-grade silicon (mg-Si) manufacturer. We will discuss the ramifications of this decision on the U.S. solar industry and look at the critical points from the WRO to understand how solar goals and plans could be affected.
Why are supply chain transparency and sustainability important? Are there tangible business advantages? Our upcoming pv magazine Webinar seeks to address these questions, by hearing from experts in both solar and the electronics industry, to understand what solar companies can do to ensure supply chain best practice.
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