Join this pv magazine Webinar to discover more about how solar tracking technology improves through every generation of products: from optimizations of software to lower failure rates, how R&D and quality control improvements work to reduce costs and downtime, and how plants are designed right from the initial phase to deliver a full life cycle. Also on the webinar agenda, an independent expert looks holistically at understanding industry best preventative maintenance approaches that lead to effective operational performance.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will learn about the high wind related risks for mounted large-format modules and their impact on the trackers’ structure; the wind tunnel tests that were performed on Vanguard 2P and Agile 1P tracker systems; and how the output gathered from the tunnel test validates trackers’ stability, drives new solution developments and guides design adaptation to project sites.
Australia’s large-scale solar segment has adopted the combination of bifacial modules with single-axis tracking – delivering on LCOE and power output during the times of the day when wholesale prices are high. With large-format modules now coming on the market, will the wider Asia-Pacific region follow suit?
As larger, heavier and more powerful modules have dominated the past year’s new product announcements, ‘what about the rooftop segment?’ has become an increasingly common question. In this pv magazine Webinar, hosted in partnership with Trina Solar, we’ll take a look at the company’s new Vertex S series modules, designed for rooftop projects. Rated up to 405 W, the module promises higher energy yields than earlier products, without the added size and weight of new large-scale products. We’ll hear from Trina about the technologies contained within the module, and its work to ensure compatibility with balance-of-systems. Experienced engineers in rooftop PV evaluate the implications of designing systems with this module. We will also throw light on it from a wholesaler perspective and the strategic placement of the product in the diversified markets of Europe.
Solar modules are getting more powerful. This much was clear walking the show floor at the SNEC show earlier this month in Shanghai, where leading manufacturers all exhibited products with power ratings in the 600 W+ range. In this pv magazine Webinar, hosted in partnership with Trina Solar, we’ll take a closer look at the technologies inside Trina’s Vertex module, and why its impressive performance is about much more than simply making the module larger.
What does it mean for future projects when the output of modules continuously increases, even exceeding the threshold of 500 watts per module? Join this pv magazine Webinar with Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy and Trina Solar to find out.
Tracking is worth the effort when the yield gains exceed the additional costs of acquiring and running a tracker. When using bifacial modules, however, the tracking algorithm should be changed in a way to maximize the sum of front and rear side yield. In this pv magazine webinar we will discuss the Trina Solar turnkey solution, TrinaPro with bifacial n-type modules and single axis trackers, and look into the planning process for bifacial plants.
The performance of PERC modules has not yet been fully explored but module manufacturers are already testing the next technological advance – passivating contacts using technology known as TopCon or POLO. In this webinar we will look at what distinguishes the current best-module generation from the next with passivating contacts.
Many manufacturers are converting large parts of their production capacities to half-cut cell technology. Is this a niche or will the traditional full cell module eventually disappear? In our upcoming webinar, we ask experts what the advantages of half-cut cell modules are and what installers need to be aware of during installation. Researchers at Fraunhofer […]
More and more solar modules and inverters are designed for 1,500 volts. Is this approach becoming a pan-European trend? The opportunities for commercial rooftop and outdoor solar installations presented by this technology will be discussed in a forthcoming pv magazine webinar, hosted in partnership with Trina Solar. The increase of the module system voltage from […]
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