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Procuring bankable PV and energy storage as a complete solution

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will learn how developers can mitigate supply chain risk by procuring from one supplier.

TOPCon overcoming obstacles: improving performance of backsheet-based monofacial products

In this pv magazine Webinar, Jinko Solar will present its own TOPCon technology and analyze the results of several test fields conducted with TOPCon panel in Saudi Arabia. The country’s conditions are characterized by high solar irradiance, high ambient temperature, low humidity, low rainfall, and moderate wind speed.

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.

Achieving lower LCOS with liquid cooled ESS

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will hear about the utility-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) market trends and investigate how Jinko Solar’s liquid cooled ESS can help achieve a lower levelized cost of storage (LCOS) for utility-scale applications.

TOPCon : dominant plus que jamais

Lors de ce pv magazine Webinar réunissant Mejdi Khayati, Responsable Technique pour JinkoSolar MENA, et Nicolas Chouleur, partenaire au cabinet de conseil Everoze, nous aborderons tout le potentiel de la technologie de cellules photovoltaïques TOPCon pour les producteurs et les développeurs de projets, ainsi que les perspectives de croissance du marché.

TOPCon for homes

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will learn about the premium technical features of TOPCon technology highlighting the impact on the LCOE of residential projects. We’ll also examine TOPCon’s rapid route to large-scale production and expected growth over the coming years.

TOPCon’s time to shine

Several of the world’s largest PV manufacturers are making the switch to n-type tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) cells, in search of higher performance and longer lifetimes. With gigawatts of manufacturing capacity up and running in 2023, TOPCon is described by many as a mature technology today. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will examine the performance and durability advantages that n-type TOPCon cells and modules achieve – with case studies from modules deployed in the Middle East/North Africa region.

Adiós, PERC; hola, TopCon

La tecnología TopCon y otras tecnologías de tipo N han dado el salto este año hasta convertirse en la corriente principal de fabricación fotovoltaica. En este pv magazine Webinar analizaremos, de mano de S&P Global, el crecimiento y las tendencias del mercado de los módulos de tipo N y de la tecnología TopCon, así como sus características técnicas. Junto con JinkoSolar, presentaremos su módulo más potente de tipo N, el Tiger Neo, con potencia de hasta 620 Wp, y la empresa compartirá sus planes de expansión de la fabricación con TopCon.

The case for residential, commercial Battery Energy Storage Systems in the MENA region

In this pv magazine Webinar, together with our partner JinkoSolar we will present energy storage solutions and some business cases for the MENA regions while discussing how projects may be conceived under local government policies and programs.

Demonstrating durability in n-type modules

The promises of a longer lifetime and better performance under harsh conditions, such as desert heat, are among the key reasons the PV industry is beginning to make the switch to n-type technologies. While the cell technologies themselves are a major factor, there’s a whole lot more to think about when it comes to ensuring long-term reliability for modules in the field. In this pv magazine Webinar, we examine the joint roles of advanced cell technology and proven bill of materials in ensuring reliability as expected lifetimes for PV modules move to 30 years and beyond.

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