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.
The domestic content bonus credit contained within the Inflation Reduction Act provides an attractive bonus to solar project developers and was designed to drive demand for domestically produced solar products in the United States. In this pv magazine Webinar we will review the details of the domestic content bonus, including recent guidance released by the Internal Revenue Service, and the challenges to access the bonus.
Major decarbonization opportunities lie in the production of green hydrogen. However, cutting through the hype to identify the demand, use cases, and technologies that can deliver a thriving green hydrogen industry requires detailed technical and market knowledge. Join this pv magazine Webinar to discover more about when and where green hydrogen makes sense, and what technologies are best suited to its production, and financially-viable transportation and use.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss potential traceability risks in the lithium-ion battery supply chain, explain how buyers of energy storage systems can take action on their responsible supply chain, and show the steps that parties can take to mitigate those risks and improve vendor accountability.
In this pv magazine Webinar, together with the experts from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) we will discuss the incentives created by the Inflation Reduction Act and how they can boost domestic solar manufacturing in the United States. We’ll also look at the progress on the ground in terms of manufacturing announcements to date and examine some of the barriers to domestic manufacturing that remain, and what can be done about them.
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.
Industry awareness and mitigation of PV cell microcracks have improved in recent years, but there are signs that the problem may still be grossly underestimated by many. Microcracks can grow over time into full-fledged cell cracks and begin to have serious impacts on a PV system’s performance and safety. In this pv magazine Webinar, an expert from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) guides us through the risks posed by undetected microcracks, and what module buyers can do to prevent their development.
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.
Most of PV fire risks can be readily identified and resolved. If not done so promptly, however, they may result in fires, creating a safety hazard and potential liability that can be costly. In this pv magazine Webinar, CEA goes through some of the most common issues found on site and the resulting safety risk potential.
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.
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