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The solar industry is growing larger year by year as governments drive the transition towards net-zero targets and opportunities for renewable generation become increasingly attractive for investors, what can be expected from this maturing industry in a new solar decade?
As grid connections for solar projects without storage become non-existent, we unpack the cost benefits of adding storage and how co-located and hybrid projects enable solar to compete with more traditional energy forms.
As the world installs more solar than ever, and the share of bifacial and tracker equipped solar projects grows, an increasing number of projects are underperforming their generation estimates.
We will explore how good plant design can help mitigate risks in the construction and operation of solar assets and how state of the art software developed by PVcase can boost the credibility of your projects.
This session will unpack the logistics of how the supply crisis has affected development and what impact the DOC investigation could have on the solar industry in the US as well as exploring what systems or solutions need to be put in place in the future to ensure more stability.
Join us for focused roundtables to find out what those at the heart of the industry really think about the recent developments in the DOC investigation and the two-year waiver on certain tariffs. With no media and a smaller audience, you can openly discuss the outlook for the US market with other high-level executives and understand the long-term implications for the solar industry.
The long-term revenue for solar is still uncertain amid uncertain tariffs, grid changes and reliability issues. This interactive session will allow the audience to examine where asset owners are dealing with complexity and what opportunities remain attractive in the current market. Which locations across the US provide interesting markets for solar and how will this evolve?