PV ModuleTech 2019 video: PVEL’s Jenya Meydbray

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This year’s PV ModuleTech show in Penang opened once more a window into how manufacturers, and the developers they supply to, are navigating the rapid pace of innovation in the module making industry. The launch of the PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings as the event got underway placed the spotlight on the financial and industrial health of the world’s top module manufacturers.

On the sidelines of the Malaysia show, PV Tech caught up with Jenya Meydbray, CEO and co-founder of solar testing specialist PV Evolution Labs (PVEL). We quizzed him over the trends dominating conference floor discussions, from the barriers holding bifacial from mass-scale success to what, ultimately, constitutes bankability in today’s module manufacturing.

See here for more information on the agenda, speakers and debate themes of this year's PV ModuleTech, held in Penang on 22-23 October 2019 

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