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Automating the analysis and optimization of PV assets with emerging technologies from digitalization

Join this upcoming pv magazine Webinar to hear from asset managers and technology providers, to develop an understanding for the latest digital tools available to the solar sector, and how best to use them.

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Automating the analysis and optimization of PV assets with emerging technologies from digitalization

With PV fleets growing rapidly in number, size and diversity, the challenge in managing these solar plants is growing. The recent rate of technological change within the solar industry has also been unprecedented, introducing complexities that can be difficult to decipher.

However, with this challenge comes an opportunity, and there are a growing number of sophisticated digital tools that can make sense of the chaos, allowing asset owners and managers to make smart decisions in a timely fashion.

Now, PV asset owners and operators can use new monitoring, automation, imaging and AI technologies to put in place systems and measures that will result in lower ongoing O&M costs and the ability to squeeze out every last electron across their fleet of PV power plants.

Join this upcoming pv magazine Webinar to hear from asset managers and technology providers, to develop an understanding for the latest digital tools available to the solar sector, and how best to use them.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • Case study from a PV asset owner into how digital asset management teams have delivered improvements to O&M and performance of an existing PV fleet
  • Overview of the digital PV asset management toolkit
  • Advanced techniques in PV asset performance management and how actions and workflows can be optimized
  • Framework to tie AIoT and other technologies together for future-ready smart solar plants
  • Q&A

We encourage you to ask questions, which can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Jonathan Gifford, Editor in Chief of pv magazine global, will be the moderator of the webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.

Speakers

Nicolas Felix, Operations Manager, Technical Asset Management | TotalEnergies Renewables

Nicolas leads the "technical asset management" activity within TotalEnergies Renewables International, a Business Unit with a portfolio of over 5GW of large scale solar, wind and storage assets in production within various countries. With academic degrees from MinesParis Tech and the Grenoble INP in France, Nicolas has been working for the last 12 years in large energy corporations (AES, EDF, TotalEnergies) in Operations & Maintenance continuous improvement, strategy and cost optimization.

Haohui Liu, Principal Scientist | Envision Digital

Haohui is the Principal Scientist at Envision Digital with over 10 years of experience in solar energy research and AIoT technology. He mainly works on product development and AI algorithms for optimizing PV asset performance. Prior to Envision he did R&D on next generation ultrahigh efficiency solar devices, photovoltaic system modelling, smart monitoring and data analytics. He also pioneered studies on floating solar and its hybrid potential with hydropower, and was a main author of the World Bank report series on floating solar, "Where Sun Meets Water".

Julián Ascencio-Vásquez, Senior Solar Performance Engineer | Envision Digital

Julián Ascencio-Vásquez is a Senior Solar Performance Engineer in Envision Digital, mainly involved in the photovoltaic R&D and software development of the EnOS Advanced Analytics for Solar. He owns B.Sc., two M.Sc, and Dr.Sc degree in Electrical Engineering at universities in Chile, France and Slovenia. With +7 years of experience in modelling and assessment of PV systems worldwide, he is actively working on international R&D projects and contributing to scientific journals and conferences.

Moderators

Jonathan Gifford | Editor in chief, pv magazine

While overseeing pv magazine‘s Australian website, Jonathan also reports on equipment supply, thin film and Australasia for the global print edition and online. With a background in broadcast journalism for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Deutsche Welle and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Jonathan has been reporting on environmental and technology issues since 2005. He has been with pv magazine since 2011.

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