Webinar - The complexities of designing PV projects in high wind regions of Australia

August 25th at 10:00 Australia 

(Check your local time)

Scott Van Pelt

Chief Engineer

Yarrow J. Fewless

Principal

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderadora]

In a climate-change scenario, building resilient solar PV projects is increasingly important to secure a lifetime of + 30 years for your project.  Major players in the industry hear horror stories about damage related to extreme weather conditions and realize how important it is to choose components of the highest quality and reliability.

 

In this scenario, large-format modules (LFM) are becoming one of the most significant cost cutting innovations in the history of solar. PV module manufacturers can now provide LFM that can optimize for power density and lower Balance of System (BOS) cost. However, with such accelerated adoption, the rest of the industry is challenged to be prepared for these larger modules that have mechanical, electrical and weather-related design implications.

 

In this webinar we analyze how to design your PV project in high wind regions of Australia while fully realizing the benefits of LFM:

 

  • Understand how high winds can impact PV trackers and can lead to the bending and torsional movements on its structures
  • Learn from manufacturers how to mitigate the risk of high winds considering different stowing positions and different tracker configurations 
  • Consider the impact of large format modules dimensions, including the mechanical rating of these modules, on the design of your PV plant.
  • Analyze how new wind testing methodologies and the data obtained from dynamic and static testing can be used to improve the design of your tracker

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Webinar - The complexities of designing PV projects in high wind regions of Australia

August 25th at 10:00 Australia 

(Check your local time)

PRECIO: GRATIS

Scott Van Pelt

Chief Engineer

Yarrow J. Fewless

Principal

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderadora]

In a climate-change scenario, building resilient solar PV projects is increasingly important to secure a lifetime of + 30 years for your project.  Major players in the industry hear horror stories about damage related to extreme weather conditions and realize how important it is to choose components of the highest quality and reliability.

 

In this scenario, large-format modules (LFM) are becoming one of the most significant cost cutting innovations in the history of solar. PV module manufacturers can now provide LFM that can optimize for power density and lower Balance of System (BOS) cost. However, with such accelerated adoption, the rest of the industry is challenged to be prepared for these larger modules that have mechanical, electrical and weather-related design implications.

 

In this webinar we analyze how to design your PV project in high wind regions of Australia while fully realizing the benefits of LFM:

  • Understand how high winds can impact PV trackers and can lead to the bending and torsional movements on its structures
  • Learn from manufacturers how to mitigate the risk of high winds considering different stowing positions and different tracker configurations 
  • Consider the impact of large format modules dimensions, including the mechanical rating of these modules, on the design of your PV plant.
  • Analyze how new wind testing methodologies and the data obtained from dynamic and static testing can be used to improve the design of your tracker