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3 May 2018, Brussels, Belgium

QUALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF PV SYSTEMS CONFERENCE

Quality and sustainability as an asset for the European Industry

 

The ETIP PV conference “Quality and sustainability of PV systems” took place on 3 May 2018 at the BIP (Rue Royale 2-4) in Brussels, Belgium.

 

The photovoltaic (PV) sector has overall experienced a significant growth globally in the last decade, reflecting the recognition of PV as a clean and sustainable source of energy. Quality of PV projects, systems and components are primary factors in enabling sustainable growth in PV installations. When assessing the investment-worthiness of a PV project, different financial stakeholders such as investors, lenders and insurers will evaluate the impact and probability of investment risks differently depending on their investment goals. At the conference, various stakeholders covering the whole value chain presented their view on the topic with the final aim to gain an insight on how quality can be an asset for the European Industry.

AGENDA AT A GLANCE

 

SESSION 1: Quality in solar PV: what can we learn from other EU and Global Initiatives?

SESSION 2: Does quality have an impact on bankability?

SESSION 3: Ecodesign, Ecolabeling and Green Procurement Policies – enabling more Sustainable Photovoltaics?

SESSION 4: Quality and reliability: experience from the field

SESSION 5: R&D Panel discussion – How to address quality in practice?

NETWORKING COCKTAIL (17:15 - 18:00)

 

The programme was complemented with a selected number of poster presentations.

Download the full CONFERENCE PROGRAMME here.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

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PRESENTATIONS



Presentation of Richard Moreth, VITRONIC / SOLARUNITED






Presentation of Gaetan Masson, IEA PVPS Task 12 (on behalf of Andreas Wade, Deputy Operating Agent, IEA PVPS Task 12)



Presentation of Marc Köntges, ISFH



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