PV Rollout Conference approaches

The PV Rollout workshop, a European American Solar Deployment Conference, will examine the technical, economic, and political hurdles to rapid and widespread PV deployment. Various perspectives, including political and commercial, will be considered.

The PV Rollout Conference offers a unique opportunity to learn and interact with the leading experts in the industry and become an authority in the field of solar energy! This event in Boston guarantees to be a great start or step forward for your company in the explosively growing photovoltaic's industry. This two day, bi-national conference seeks to combine European experiences and US market opportunities with rapid and widespread PV deployment.


Learn and discuss new solutions on existing problems in PV deployment and obtain high quality and state-of-the-art information regarding photovoltaic's.

Don't miss the chance to meet the leading PV industry experts from all over the world!

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Boston!

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Dynapower - MAXIMIZE PRODUCTION AND REVENUES WITH SOLAR PLUS STORAGE

Dynapower - MAXIMIZE PRODUCTION AND REVENUES WITH SOLAR PLUS STORAGE

The addition of energy storage to an existing or new utility-scale PV installation allows system owners and operators the opportunity to capture additional revenues. Traditional storage plus solar applications have involved the coupling of independent storage and PV inverters at an AC bus or the use of multi-input hybrid inverters. An alternative approach - coupling energy storage to PV arrays with a DC-to-DC converter - can help maximize production and profits for existing and new utility-scale installations. DC-Coupled Utility-Scale Solar Plus Storage leads to higher round-trip efficiencies and lower cost of integration with existing PV arrays and at the same time, opens up new revenue streams not possible with traditional AC-coupled storage, including clipping recapture and low voltage harvesting, while being eligible for valuable tax incentives.