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The impact of quality assurance measures in the early stage of a project

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By Boris Farnung and Keith Punzalan of VDE and David Moser of EURAC’s Institute for Renewable Energy

Boris Farnung and Keith Punzalan of VDE and David Moser of EURAC’s Institute for Renewable Energy take a look at the positive impact comprehensive quality assurance measures can have on the early stage of a project’s lifespan, exploring yield assessments, LCOE projections and the critical need for high quality components.

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