Upcoming Webinars

July 27, 2021
In this webinar, JA Solar will present its product portfolio based on the latest technologies to improve your PV projects, ensuring maximum reliability and performance. During the webinar we will receive insight from JA Solar about its solar technology roadmap and how the manufacturer is providing customers with innovative solutions to suit their needs, while we will also analyse how to determine the best product solution for each solar project.
July 16, 2021
The utility-scale PV market is poised for exponential growth and yet the industry still has many fundamental opportunities to improve on standards and best practice. Tracker shade loss has been one of those topics that deserve more attention, but has been typically handled by derate factors rather than trying to accurately forecast the loss over the life of the system. Join Nextracker’s subject matter experts, Aron Dobos and Neelesh Umachandran, and Rounak Kharait, director of solar energy assessments at DNV, for a webinar about why shade modeling matters and recommendations on what the solar industry should do about it.
May 16, 2021
Knowing which module suppliers are in control of in-house production is a key issue when looking at quality control and field reliability. During the webinar, creator of the PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings analysis - Finlay Colville - will report on the latest rankings analysis of global PV module suppliers, focusing on which companies are making their own wafers and cells, and which are dependent on third-party outsourcing. Also, during this webinar, Frédéric Dross - Vice President, Strategic Development at STS - will explain the processes and documentation that manufacturers and importers should be adopting, to be able to demonstrate the provenance of their products, as well as covering general principles that stakeholders should be implementing in order to provide transparency on their supply chain. STS recently co-authored the Solar Supply Chain Traceability Protocol, which was published in April 2021.
March 22, 2021
In 2021, the UK solar industry is forecast to hit the GW-level, driven by strong growth across residential, commercial rooftop and ground-mounted sites. This free-to-attend webinar, delivered by the oracle of the UK solar industry, Dr. Finlay Colville, will look at the market dynamics and key stakeholders across each market segment.
February 15, 2021
Everything is pointing now at the PV industry shipping 190 GW of modules in 2021, but which technologies and producers are going to dominate this? Already this year, some module suppliers are struggling with technology choices made a few years back. This webinar will feature a 40-minute presentation from Dr. Finlay Colville, PV-Tech's Head of Research, on what is really happening in the PV industry today and what can be expected over the course of 2021
January 20, 2021
This session will explore the ongoing opportunities in the battery storage market and look at what trends we expect to see develop in the near to mid-term future for the marketplace. We will also look at what challenges face developers in this space and best practice advice for delivering multiple successful projects. Speakers: Tony Gannon – Head of Project Management, Scottish Power Lauren Cook – Lead Storage Analyst, Solar Media
December 1, 2020
This webinar will introduce a whole new chapter in photovoltaic quality control excellence, exploring in detail the launch of the exciting new Quality Controlled PV (QCPV) program from TÜV Rheinland, and examining how leading total energy solutions provider Q CELLS is the first mover in partnering with TÜV to raise industry standards for solar module efficiency and quality around the globe.
November 26, 2020
Hear from market leaders experienced with delivering the largest projects and portfolios in the UK. Understand the challenges they face bringing NSIP (Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project) projects and multi-GW portfolios to shovel ready stage and hear their perspectives on the continued growth of UK solar and the construction boom expected over the next few years.
September 23, 2020
This year, Huawei launched for the first time its full suite of smart PV solution for residential market combining reliable inverter and robust energy storage for the best experience for both installers and home owners. Join other residential installers, wholesalers, and distributors from around the world to gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest and most advanced residential smart PV solution to meet the rapidly evolving needs of the residential PV market, while future-proofing the ability for customers to meet and retain the highest self-consumption capabilities. With the emphasis on innovative smart technologies to provide the easiest and highest safety installation standards and long-term operability, the FusionSolar residential smart PV solution is designed for residential installers to satisfy homeowners’ increasing demand for robust, future-proofed, self-consumption based, green electricity lifestyles.
August 13, 2020
Green Hydrogen: always the future never the now? It’s time to take a fresh look at what’s fast becoming a reality. Governments across the world have put hydrogen at the centre of their decarbonisation plans with billions of dollars allocated to stimulating the market and whilst individual strategies will differ, the theme is the same: green hydrogen is the fuel of the future.Its role goes beyond energy use and there is already an active off-take market. From the perspective of renewable generators, hydrogen can play a pivotal role in enabling unsubsidised projects to work in a low power price environment and provide another business model in areas where the grid is congested. Hydrogen could also be the driver of a new wave of renewable installations as countries’ hydrogen plans hinge on new capacity being available.

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