PI Berlin creates Indian subsidiary

PV consultancy the Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin (PI Berlin) has formed a subsidiary based in Delhi, India, due to a high demand for laboratory testing and quality assurance in solar projects and equipment.

Digital O&M opportunities in a water-scarce India

Operations and maintenance | India’s solar industry has been focused on reaching a hugely ambitious target of 100GW of PV by 2022. There is a need to get smart on managing and maintaining solar assets is now becoming an overriding priority.

The growing role of software in PV systems

SPONSORED: As software takes on a greater importance in the roll-out and utilisation of PV, SolarEdge's Lior Handelsman discusses how best to harness it to ensure the opportunities on offer can be captured.

UL teams with GCC Laboratories in Saudi Arabia

With several MENA region countries expected to become gigawatt solar markets in 2018 and beyond, global certification organization UL has teamed with Saudi Arabian-based government body, GCC Laboratories to provide a suite of services to the downstream PV project sector.

DNV GL launches world’s first control hardware in loop test bench for PV power plants

DNV GL has launched the first control hardware in loop (CHIL) test facility for renewable energy generation plants. The facility connects physical power plant controllers to a real-time simulator, allowing the controller to be fully tested and validated without the need for an actual generation facility or power grid. This enables cost-effective, low-risk testing under realistic conditions for all forms of renewable energy control systems.