The fourth pv magazine Quality Roundtable, the first in the United States, took place last week during the Solar Power International trade show in Las Vegas. The meeting revealed that experts in the U.S. market also regard hot spots as a serious issue. It highlighted that in parts of the U.S. there are projects in which everything that can go wrong, did go wrong.
Another key issue discussed during the Roundtable was how investors can find a trustworthy EPC, particularly in an emerging solar state. The Roundtable was sponsored by DuPont, Multi-Contact, CEA and Suntech. Download material and a video report will be available here soon.
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