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The latest volume of PV Tech Power magazine is now available to download, free of charge.

This edition’s cover story comes from the deserts of the Middle East, where researchers are getting to grips with the issue of soiling and what can be done to prevent it.

We also take an extensive look at how solar is making great strides in the Middle East, and SolarPower Europe provides a glimpse at how digitalisation is taking over the solar ecosystem.

Meanwhile, Jose Rojo Martin gives us all the detail on new calls for standardisation in floating solar development, and Andy Colthorpe and Alice Grundy take a deep dive into long-duration battery storage technologies.

Download your digital copy of PV Tech Power 21, free of charge, here.

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