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Takeaways from the PV Operations conference in Munich

[fa icon="calendar'] February 26, 2018 / by Jan-Willem Sips posted in irradiance data, solar energy, DustIQ

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Last week, I went to the PV Operations conference in Munich, organised by NewEnergyUpdate. Besides pleasant talks with attendees during the networking breaks, I had the opportunity to speak about the importance of irradiance and soiling measurements for utility solar plants.

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Inside the Ruicheng PV Pioneer Project

[fa icon="calendar'] November 27, 2017 / by Shiqi Ren posted in solar energy, SOLYS, Solar monitoring

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You may know that most of the PV panels in the world are manufactured in China. But something you may not know is that, according to official statistics, in 2016 China produced 57.7 GW of PV panels and the new generating capacity in China was 34.54 GW. The total capacity was 77.42 GW by the end of 2016. So you can imagine how fast the speed of development is, or you can call it explosive growth of PV power plants.

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