In addition to outlining the performances of leading solar modules in a range of tests designed to replicate the stresses modules experience in the field, the 2022 PV Module Index report also looks forward at emerging trends in the industry and upcoming technical standard changes.
With $40 billion in assets and operations across 24 US states, and over 7 GW of wind and solar power facilities, Avangrid’s new Onshore President & CEO, Jose Antonio Miranda sat down with pv magazine to discuss his company’s ongoing renewable development strategy, and why he feels he’s the right person for the job.
In this three-part series, pv magazine will highlight some of the major obstacles faced when developing solar installations on single-axis trackers and see the different approaches that players in the industry are taking to neutralize each issue.
While CAB’s cable management systems offer significant cost reductions in labor, materials and engineering, the company is more than just the 2021 pv magazine Award winner in the BOS category. pv magazine caught up with CAB President and CEO, Tara Bosserman, to discuss cable management, her company’s manufacturing history, and CAB’s unique approach to providing employment opportunities for all.
In this three-part series, pv magazine will highlight some of the major obstacles faced when developing solar installations on single-axis tracker and see the different approaches that players in the industry are taking to neutralize each issue.
As the charity prepares to move out of “stealth mode” SolarBuddy Founder and CEO, Simon Doble, sat down with pv magazine to discuss how his organization plans to lift as many people as it can from extreme energy poverty, and how expanding to the US will help accelerate that mission.
“What I’m trying to say is that there’s not an import duty in one country that will change the dynamics and the price of the product worldwide.”
Indra Overland, the head of the Center for Energy Research at the Norwegian Institute for International Affairs, tells pv magazine how the Ukraine war is irreversibly changing the global energy landscape, making massive renewables deployment a certainty. But labor issues, equipment shortages, and reliance on Chinese manufacturing remain obstacles.
SOLV Energy CEO George Hershman joined pv magazine to offer his view on the antidumping/anti-circumvention case.
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