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In this upcoming pv magazine webinar, JinkoSolar will present the case for using bifacial modules in large-scale solar plants, and discuss the influencing factors and their impact on bifacial PV tracking. The global PV industry is currently in the midst of a bifacial boom. Bifacial modules enable the absorption of sunlight on the backside, thus […]
What happens when investors, lured by low prices shut their eyes to quality requirements for cables, connectors and junction boxes? Of course, the installation will not meet their expectations and failures will pile up. Together with two experts from Leoni, Jan Mastny and Farouk Yeginsoy, we will discuss in this webinar some real-life cases and […]
With declining costs, and increasing amounts of solar+storage added to electrical grids across the globe, there is a growing need to understand how to build bankable projects. The creation of multi-use business cases is key. In this upcoming pv magazine webinar, powered by Sterling & Wilson, we will discuss the bankability of utility-scale solar PV […]
What is emergency power, what is ‘full home backup’, and what is the difference between the two? Additionally, what do different homeowners need and how do you install an emergency power or ‘full home backup’ system? These questions will be answered during the next pv magazine Australia webinar – hosted in partnership with SMA. The webinar will dive into what […]
SMA is tapping Australian-made medium-voltage expertise, and have integrated it into a new central inverter solution. The SMA Power Skid Australia is expected to result in reduced delivery times and will significantly reduce the considerable currency risk faced by PV project developers. From SMA Bernhard Voll will join the discussion. Quantifying the currency risk, Voll […]
During pv magazine‘s upcoming webinar, K2 Systems will present two recent PV developments designed for flat roofs: The aerodynamically optimized mounting systems, D-Dome V and S-Dome V. The V-geometry of the east-west mounting system has been designed to allow for expansion and contraction in rail orientation, which might occur as a result of the heating […]
Extending the ‘as-a-service’ concept to energy can help integrate renewable energy resources into electricity portfolios – where previously it may have proven difficult. Additionally, by utilizing a rental energy system, businesses can reduce their peak demand, save costs and protect the grid from isolated peak demand events. A growing number of companies across a wide […]
Against a backdrop of falling PPA prices, and longer returns on investment, the debate over reducing operation and maintenance (O&M) expenditure versus optimizing PV plant performance, is increasingly being steered towards cost. While expenses like labor and tools are not getting any cheaper, digital technologies – helping to make PV plants more intelligent, efficient and […]
Quality 3.0: Three PV industry leaders join forces to take quality assurance to the next level. Having worked with all three on quality issues in the past, pv magazine now brings together JinkoSolar, DuPont and Stäubli to discuss quality assurances that goes well beyond simple “marketing speak”. It’s not a new story: Cost pressures are […]
The costs of installing electrical components in large-scale PV systems can be dramatically reduced with one simple concept, according to webinar partner, ABB Solar: Using higher power string inverters, with a modular design and integrated string combiners, that have positive effects both on CAPEX and OPEX. In addition to implementing this concept, the company has […]
According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), global installed solar power currently stands at 390 GW. Of that figure, 385 GW is solar PV, while the remaining 5 GW comprises concentrated solar power (CSP). While installed solar PV capacity vastly outpaces CSP, it must be noted that the majority of the 5 GW of […]
The costs of installing electrical components in large-scale PV systems can be dramatically reduced with one simple concept, according to webinar partner, ABB: Using higher power string inverters, with a modular design, that have positive effects both on CAPEX and OPEX. In addition to implementing this concept, the company has expanded the voltage range for […]
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