Powerway Invited to Attend Photovoltaic Technology Seminar

During the meeting, Jerry Zhang from Powerway spoke about basic considerations, such as equipment selection and made a comparison of systems relating to Photovoltaic power loss.

A photovoltaic technology seminar was recently conducted by Shenzhen Solar Energy Society (SZSES) in the Nanshan high-tech zone. The aim of this successful seminar was to estimate the photovoltaic market and predict where this technology is going in the future. As a new member of the SZSES, Powerway solar mounting was invited to make a presentation at this conference.


Jerry Zhang, who is a senior engineer at Powerway, addressed the meeting. Jerry is a graduate of The University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and majored in PV Engineering. He possesses extensive practical knowledge and rich experience about the design and application of photovoltaic systems. During the meeting, he spoke about basic considerations, such as equipment selection and made a comparison of systems relating to Photovoltaic power loss. He analyzed cases by using the Photovoltaic system theory from Australia and discussed a variety of business applications.

The Powerway team is famous both nationally and internationally for its innovative solar mounting designs and manufacturing prowess. The company has extensive experience in project design and installation, and has successfully completed numerous megawatt projects all around the world.

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