A look at the highlights and features of PV EXPO 2019 as the world's largest solar companies prepare to exhibit in Tokyo.
Japan's largest PV exhibitions return in 2019 as the country's solar market finds new opportunities.
SPONSORED: Falling initial costs have enabled the growth of the solar industry, but lowering the levelised cost of electricity is more important. Bruk-Bet Solar explains why it puts its modules through testing torture to make sure there are no nasty surprises for customers and investors.
SPONSORED: Having been selected as a supplier of complete monitoring solutions for new large-scale solar plants in Egypt and in other regions during the past year, Gantner has repeatedly confirmed its position as a leading global player in the utility-scale PV industry.
SPONSORED: Frustrated with the racking systems on the market, former installation company Esdec designed its own. A decade on it is expanding its geographic footprint and on the hunt for new distribution partners.
SPONSORED: LONGi New Energy recently announced that its independently developed M2A1L4 5BB (busbar) mono module product has been certified by TUV SUD, a testament to the efficiency, reliability and stability of LONGi’s products from a third-party certification body, and also further evidence of LONGi continuing to lead in the technology developments within the PV manufacturing industry.
SPONSORED: LONGi looks at recent assessments of the potential for its P-type mono PERC cells and discusses its bifacial PERC cell (Hi-MO2) technology.
SPONSORED: Falling system prices have been a key driver of PV's recent growth and competitiveness, but upfront costs are only one part of the equation for long-term profitability within the solar power industry. Maximising any given system’s cumulative power output over its lifetime is critical to lowering the levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) and maximising investment returns.
SPONSORED: Critical insights that will help ensure reliability in solar installations.