Photovoltaics International Lite, Volume 04 - 2011

This 68-page edition of the Lite publication was published in early August and is our first interactive publication with built-in page links. Packed full of quality content, this edition features technical papers on Poland’s PV industry, a focus on Germany’s PV capacity by BSW, a look at the grid-connection requirements for PV inverters by Fraunhofer IWES, as well as a European Project Focus section. A supplementary print run was distributed at the 26th EU PVSEC exhibition.

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