Forecasted annual installation figures for newbuild PV projects in Europe are strong, with some analysts predicting capacity will more than double by 2030. New additions will include a raft of commercial and industrial (C&I) projects, which means maximizing the return on investment will be a priority. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will discuss inverters in a C&I context as the company embarks on its own European expansion.
Getting the right inverter for the job can have a significant impact on the success of a C&I project, but in a competitive marketplace there are many options to choose from. Already established in the Asian and South American markets, inverter manufacturer Hopewind is embarking on a European expansion and the company is ready to set out its stall for the region’s C&I project developers.
Join us as we take a deep dive into C&I inverters. In this webinar, we’ll hear how Hopewind’s approach to R&D has impacted on efficiency and reliability, explore some of the crucial factors influencing inverter performance, and discuss the benefits of comprehensive warranty policies. There will also be an opportunity to submit questions for Hopewind’s industry experts, offering attendees the chance to gain insights relevant to their projects.
We’ll hear from Hakki Baris Karaca, Head of Europe at Hopewind. He’ll share his perspective on the European market and explain how Hopewind inverters address some of the most common challenges found across C&I projects. Simon Williams, European Service Director at Hopewind will also join to explain the impact of after-sales support and highlight some real-world examples of Hopewind inverters in action.
pv magazine Webinar content:
Introduction to Hopewind
European market overview
Exploring C&I inverter solutions
Customer feedback and success stories
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Matthew Lynas, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
Simon Williams | European Service Director, Hopewind
Simon Williams has a wealth of experience in the renewable energy sector specializing in customer service. He has supported many large-scale PV and storage projects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He has worked for blue-chip inverter manufacturers across residential, C&I, utility-scale and large-scale storage sector projects. Simon is the Service Director in Europe for Shenzhen Hopewind Electric Co., Ltd.
Hakki Baris Karaca| Head of Europe, Hopewind
Hakki Baris Karaca is the Head of Europe at Hopewind. He has worked with EPCs, investors and manufacturers for more than 14 years. Karaca has international experience in the renewable energy industry, including the residential and C&I and utility-scale project sectors for PV and energy storage. He oversees Hopewind’s teams across Europe and Balkan regions.
Matthew Lynas | Editor, pv magazine
Matthew Lynas joined pv magazine as features editor in 2023. An experienced business-to-business journalist, Matthew is responsible for features in our monthly global print title. Previously, he served as editor of a leading UK retail magazine, covering a broad range of issues including sustainability projects in the grocery and FMCG sectors.
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