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Understanding PV Fire Risk: Is Your Commercial Rooftop Safe?

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.

How US solar companies can manage supply chain risk following Customs WRO on Hoshine

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.

Can your solar project weather a hailstorm?

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.

Is your company capturing the 2020 safe harbor?

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss with Paul Wormser of CEA and Elias Hinckley of K&L Gates the IRS’ Safe Harbor Provision for Solar Energy Projects and how to take advantage of it.

Large Scale Battery Energy Storage Safety: Trends & Standards

As battery energy storage technologies assume a bigger role in the global transition to renewable energy, the importance of developing and operating a safe system is paramount. In this pv magazine Webinar together with our initiative partner Clean Energy Associates (CEA), we will look at current safety trends in battery energy storage system design and installation, along with a review of relevant safety standards in the U.S.

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