GE enters Australian solar segment

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Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn about the new GE inverter offering to the Australian marketplace and to get an inside look at its technical capabilities from four industry experts.

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Thomas Buccellato, Senior Managing Director & VP, GE Licensing
Glen Morris, Founder, SolarQuip
John Grimes, CEO, Smart Energy Council
Dean Williamson, Country Manager, GE & GoodWe

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Jonathan Gifford, Founding Editor | pv magazine Australia

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Presentation of John Grimes, Smart Energy Council
Presentation of Dean Williamson, GE & GoodWe
Presentation of Glen Morris, SolarQuip

GE enters Australian solar segment

GE is expanding its renewable energy activity, through a new inverter for the residential and commercial rooftop solar segment. It is building on its close to 2 GW of experience in Australia’s wind industry.

To facilitate the move, GE is partnering with fast-growing Chinese inverter supplier GoodWe – which for the past two years has become a leading supplier to Australia’s solar households. GE selected GoodWe from a field of over 300 inverter manufacturers on the basis of its robust quality assurance programs and technical innovation.

Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn about the new GE inverter offering to the Australian marketplace and to get an inside look at its technical capabilities from industry experts.

The webinar will address a series of issues including:

  • Technical specifications of the GE inverter
  • The outcomes of independent testing
  • A guide to effective installation
  • The value in offering the GE inverter brand to Australian homes and businesses
  • The GE manufacturing partner selection process and quality assurance

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Jonathan Gifford from pv magazine Australia will be the moderator of this webinar.

Speakers

Thomas Buccellato, Senior Managing Director & VP, GE Licensing

Thomas Buccellato is a Senior Energy Executive with a 20+ year career within GE and a track record of delivering highly efficient renewable energy projects spanning several continents and several aspects of the energy sector, from project implementation to financing and operation logistics.

Glen Morris, Founder, SolarQuip

Glen has been designing and installing solar and battery storage systems for since 1991, both on and off-grid. He's lived off-grid most of his adult life, currently at one of Australia's oldest housing coops where he has built a microgrid to service his community. Glen has been a member of the Australian Standards committee responsible for developing the solar and battery safety and installation standards for over ten years. He currently runs the Smart Energy Lab at his off-grid community where he runs training courses and does field testing of smart energy products.

John Grimes, CEO, Smart Energy Council

John (Grimes) is the Chief Executive of the Smart Energy Council, a not for profit organisation, which is the national voice for the solar, storage and smart energy industry. In his role as CEO of the Smart Energy Council, he has grown the profile and influence of the organisation. John is regularly called upon, by the media, to provide relevant and independent comment in these areas.

Dean Williamson, Country Manager, GE & GoodWe

Dean Williamson has 10 years’ experience in the photovoltaic industry, and 6 years’ experience working for inverter manufacturers within the Australian Solar market. In the past year, Dean has focused on the promotion and sales of GoodWe solar inverters, which has significantly improved GoodWe's brand influence and recognition in the Australian market.

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