New Conference in London! Photovoltaics quality briefing – 2010
Key considerations to safeguard your capital investment!
Photovoltaics Quality Briefing 20104–5 October, London
Solar PV is a long-term investment. It’s important to make the right choices at the start to ensure maximum output throughout a system’s operating lifetime.
The Photovoltaics Quality Briefing 2010 – being held at the Royal Institute of British Architects, central London, on 4–5 October – will cover crucial issues such as quality assurance and risk elimination in project planning and development, quality of modules, quality in installation, grid connection, performance test and monitoring.
Photovoltaics Quality Briefing 2010 will tackle questions such as:
- What can go wrong in the planning, and how can problems be avoided?
- Why are there such major variations in yield calculations?
- What should you look out for with modules?
- What are the status, weaknesses and recommendations concerning PV-Module quality assurance for producers?
- What module test methods are available and how much do they cost?
- What are quality standards and certificates, especially for the UK?
- What exactly do certificates mean (and not mean)?
- What test methods for modules are available and how much do they cost?
- Certificates – what exactly do they mean and what are their limits?
- What are typical problems in installation and operation, and how are they best solved?
- What’s the significance of the small bits: cables, connectors, diodes, mounting boxes? Can they make a difference?
- How will your systems be performing in 15 years’ time?
Register today for this invaluable event for developers, investors, system integrators/installers and PV manufacturers.
Photovoltaics Quality Briefing 2010 is presented by Solarpraxis Germany’s leading specialist PV consultancy, publisher and conference organizer. For more information please contact Severine Scala by e-mail or call +49 30 726 296-326.
More about our conference: www.solarpraxis/conferences
Photovoltaics – quality matters