Optimizing the DC cabling networking structure to maximise yield for LCoE gain

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Ensuring quality cabling is crucial to the overall solar power output, and as such there are key issues that require consideration.  Fixing issues after installation can be costly and reduce solar output, reducing yield and LCoE gain. Many of these challenges can be addressed through careful planning and an optimized, intelligent cable routing management system.  Which is why LEONI have developed the concept iC/DCabling Harnessing Solution Plug ‘n Play. Join our webinar to understand how Plug ‘n Play, in combination with an intelligent Cable Routing Management (iCRM) can reduce the costs of DC cabling.

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Werner Signer, Head of Product Management & Development, LEONI
Guido Volberg, Global Head of Technical Competence Center, TÜV Rheinland

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Marian Willuhn, Editor (Global), pv magazine group

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Discover how to make the DC cabling networking structure more effective, maximizing your yield for LCoE gain.

Ensuring quality cabling is crucial to the overall solar power output, and as such there are key issues that require consideration.  Current cabling issues can appear post installation, as well as be affected by the environment, such as humidity or choosing the right materials for connectors.  Fixing these issues after installation can be costly and reduce solar output, reducing yield and LCoE gain.

Many of these challenges can be addressed through careful planning and an optimized, intelligent cable routing management system.  LEONI believe that these challenges can be addressed through careful planning, and have developed the concept iC/DCabling Harnessing Solution Plug ‘n Play.

Join our webinar to understand how Plug ‘n Play, in combination with an intelligent Cable Routing Management (iCRM) can reduce the costs of DC cabling.

Werner Signer, Head of Product Management & Development – LEONI, will take us through how investors can benefit from the iCRM system, which can calculate the time for the installation, optimizing the planning and delivering better quality at a lower cost. He will also detail how EPCs can save costs through this concept, using less connectors and cables than conventional cabling system, reducing waste and increasing efficiencies. Werner will be joined by Guido Volberg, the Global Head of Technical Competence Center at TÜV Rheinland, who will explain the current situation concerning the standards for such PV array interconnection systems.

Join us as we discuss how LEONI ’s concept Plug ‘n Play be utilised to support the solar industry to tackle cabling challenges.

Webinar Content:

  • Why it is crucial to spend time and attention to detailed designing prior installation
  • Why a iC/DC Harnessing Solution necessary for EPCs and investors
  • What is the iC/DC Harnessing system Plug ‘n Play?
  • How the iC/DC Harnessing system Plug ‘n Play can deliver efficiencies and cost savings
  • How LEONI are approaching the market with the Plug ‘n Play concept

 

Questions can be submitted beforehand and during the webinar through a chat window for a fully engaging and interactive experience.

Speakers

Werner Signer, Head of Product Management & Development, LEONI

Werner Signer has a Masters of Electronic Engineering and Business Administration, with 35 years global experience in various High-Tech fields, with the last 10 years in PV solar industry. He has been working at Leoni for the last 10 years, as head of product management and development.

Guido Volberg, Global Head of Technical Competence Center, TÜV Rheinland

Guido Volberg has been at TÜV Rheinland since September 1995, as a Senior expert and Certifier. His current role is Global head of Technical Competence Center for PV modules and PV. His professional training is as a Certified engineer, at Association for technical-scientific education, Cologne, Germany. He is an active member of the following committees: IEC TC82, Liaison officer to IEC TC20 and TC109, CENELEC TC82, DKE (several working groups and committees).

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