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Securing successful solar project financing via sustainability standards

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) standards may leverage investments on solar energy projects.
In particular, we will look into the solutions developed by Chinese solar module manufacturer JinkoSolar, which claims the implementation of ESG standards offers huge opportunities for the global energy transition.

From solar module production to recycling

Environmental impact is a growing consumer consideration when investing in renewable energy. Millions of solar modules are produced every year and a huge amount of energy and high-value materials like silicon, silver, and glass go into their making. As part of moving toward a circular economy, module recycling processes need to be improved and scaled up as a tool to retain the value of those materials. And this will also require improvements in transparency and compliance when it comes to the sourcing and documenting of materials.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will examine the processes that go into sustainable module production and recycling.

Entering the Terawatt age: A 360° view on solar sustainability

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.

Components level testing vs PV panel testing

In this upcoming pv magazine Webinar, Italian PV backsheet manufacturer Coveme and US/Canadian module producer Silfab Solar will present the results of their Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) of PV backsheets which demonstrate that there is not only a strong correlation between the PVEL Backsheet Durability Sequence and the component-level HALT results, but that component level testing can be a crucial consideration for module manufacturers.

The ecological footprint of modules – why it’s becoming more important

In this pv magazine webinar, REC will present its new Alpha Pure-R HJT module series and show how an exemplary life cycle of premium solar modules can look like. For several years now, the company has been implementing sustainability strategies in its production, starting with polysilicon and ending with the recycling of end-of-life solar modules.

Unlocking the potential of renewables with green hydrogen

Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn how two scalable technologies (solar and PEM electrolysis) can be optimally sized and controlled to minimize LCOH and realize the untold potential of what could prove to be the renewable fuel source of the 21st century.

How automation can deliver sustainable solar project O&M in an uncertain environment

In this pv magazine Webinar, learn about the challenges facing O&M provision in 2022 and the role automation can play in delivering the sustainable operation of existing and new PV assets. Leading robotic cleaner supplier Ecoppia will draw on eight years of experience in supplying its robots to projects during the webinar including case studies where robotic cleaning has been deployed.

Reducing the environmental impact of PV mounting structures

ArcelorMittal, a leading supplier of steel and a major actor in the solar industry, will join us to talk about its foray into the world of low CO2 steel and present solutions to improve mounting structure design, durability, and environmental impact.

From sun to fork: How can circular agrivoltaics boost solar’s reputation and increase value creation for all?

What is agrivoltaics and how can it provide value for the solar industry and the wider community? Our upcoming pv magazine Webinar will discuss the different types of agrivoltaic projects and how they can become part of a circular economy.

Purchasing modules in 2022 – What should be in your purchase contract?

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.

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