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The solar industry’s manufacturing footprint, and indeed the projects themselves, are becoming ever larger, with more panels and other associated equipment being packaged and shipped globally. Now, as Emilie Oxel O’Leary, CEO at Green Clean Solar explains, the industry is getting serious on its end of life obligations and establishing a true circular economy.
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As the world leans on solar PV to decarbonise its power supply, so must the solar industry clean up its act. Jules Scully charts the industry-wide efforts for a greener solar PV industry.
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Women still make up just 32% of the renewables workforce worldwide, but initiatives are emerging with the aim of improving gender diversity at all levels. Molly Lempriere takes a look at the current state of play, and how companies are looking to attract a more gender diverse workforce.
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As demand for solar grows, so too must its international workforce. But there are concerns that a shortage of skilled workers could stymie deployment just as it’s needed to accelerate. Jules Scully assesses where the solar skills gap is looming and industry efforts to ease it.
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Operations and maintenance will face huge changes as automation and predictive analytics transform the way projects are managed, writes Sean Rai-Roche.
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With subsidies now a distant memory in most markets, solar is increasingly finding itself deployed via government tenders and corporate PPAs. But what are the prospects for those to mature, and to what extent will merchant revenue models emerge this decade? Jules Scully reports.
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The grid of 2030 will span vast areas, be highly automated and require a huge amount of storage as it seeks to connect terawatts of renewable capacity. Sean Rai-Roche speaks to experts about our future infrastructure needs.
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While the technological advancement of solar over the coming decade will play a significant role in driving deployment, actual installations will largely be driven by two factors – manufacturing capacity and national decarbonisation targets. Jules Scully examines how much solar can be made, and deployed, by 2030.
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While Mono-PERC is the eminent solar cell technology presently, its dominance is expected to be short lived with n-type TOPCon cells primed to takeover. But when will that technology shift happen? What does it mean for heterojunction? And what does that mean for tandem cells or perovskites? Liam Stoker finds out
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The so-called ‘king of electricity markets’ is rapidly approaching an inflexion point, wherein solar PV will become the most prolific source of new-build power this decade. However to pave the way, numerous hurdles in the technological, manufacturing, O&M and grid fields will need to be surpassed. Liam Stoker, Jules Scully and Sean Rai-Roche discover solar’s 2030 blueprint.

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