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Achieving the best balance between cost and performance is the key point when planning and operating a solar PV power plant. In this pv magazine Webinar, our partner Ingeteam will introduce its new central inverter; the Ingecon Sun 3Power C Series. Alongside high-power density and a closed-circuit liquid cooling system previously only available in Ingeteam’s power converters for other applications, the inverter is packed with artificial intelligence and other features that promise to optimize O&M services and bring down costs across the full lifetime of a PV system – and these will be the focus of our webinar discussion.
Why are supply chain transparency and sustainability important? Are there tangible business advantages? Our upcoming pv magazine Webinar seeks to address these questions, by hearing from experts in both solar and the electronics industry, to understand what solar companies can do to ensure supply chain best practice.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will be going behind the curtain at Sungrow to peak in at their processes from prototype to mass production, including the exploration of some of their most advanced quality test processes and equipment. This will include some new light on recent innovative features in the residential sphere including PID Recovery and Arc Fault Circuit Interruption with Sungrow’s new 3-phase and 1-phase PV inverters.
The future residential energy supply is complex and challenging for installers: solar panels on the roof, battery storage nearby, and an electric vehicle in the garage. And, in 2021, energy management systems for smart control to maximize self-consumption, and the share of green electricity in households.
For a number of reasons, replacing all of the inverters in an existing PV project is an increasingly common strategy among PV project owners, particularly for projects that have been in operation longer than five years. This revamping can bring advantages in terms of higher energy yields and lower operations costs, but it is also a complex process with potentially broad implications. In this pv magazine Webinar, produced in partnership with Sungrow, we’ll shine a spotlight on this revamping process, offering insight from successfully completed projects.
Join this webinar and learn more about wind effects on big modules, aerodynamic testing, structure codes, and how to ensure your next project is safe.
While the quality of materials and components has thus far been a particular focus for manufacturers looking to offer premium products that stand the test of time, sustainability is increasingly on the agenda as end-of-life waste mounts, and customer and policy demands change. A growing number of manufacturers recognize the benefits of integrating sustainable design and production principles, like lower long-term costs, due to material reuse, for example, without compromising on other aspects.
Europe’s booming solar markets have seen new grid code compliance standards being introduced recently, and we will discuss what that exactly means for plant operators.
Join this upcoming pv magazine Webinar to learn about the outlook for floating PV (FPV) and challenges facing investors; the TÜV 2Pfg 2750 standard, and the first certified water-resistant PV DC cable according to the new standard.
Both higher energy yields and longer lifetimes are needed for PV modules to meet growing customer expectations. Couple this with the fast moving nature of PV technology – larger formats, new cell interconnection techniques and many more can all affect long term performance – and it’s clear that understanding and mitigating the various mechanisms that lead to performance has never been more important. In this pv magazine Webinar we’ll examine the roles of temperature, humidity and mechanical stress in driving some of these mechanisms, and how Coolback’s innovative solution promises to limit the effects of these, ensuring both better day-to-day module performance and a longer operational lifetime.
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