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JA Solar- Understanding and benefiting from the rapid shift to larger PV panel sizes for utility-scale projects

  • June 24th (All Day)

Webinar Learning Points:

  • Increase your understanding of the latest trends in PV panel technology, performance and size
  • Enable greater precision in panel selection
  • Pinpoint best LCOE metrics for a wide range of project scenarios
  • Introduce the JA Solar DEEPBLUE 3.0 Range of module
  • Obtain first-hand insight into JA Solar's latest 'DeepBlue' 3.0 panel series

 

Sonnen- Technical Training

  • May 21st (All Day)

 

Technical Training on May 21st

We train new and current installers on how to install all sonnen products correctly. The sonnenBatterie eco and hybrid models as well as the sonnenProtect.

 

Segen- Webinar Series

  • May 26th- June 26th

 

Upskill in Downtime

Make good use of enforced time off by learning new skills.

Segen have been busy working with leading manufacturers to bring you a series of webinars to keep your brain occupied during your downtime.

Webinars from leading manufacturers like SolarEdge, EMA, Enphase, JinkoSolar and Solis are live on the events page now-register today!

And look out for more from HuaweiPylontech and portal training webinars from Segen.

Sign up now!

 

Midsummer & Easy – PV Training

 

Online webinar sessions available on request

The perfect way to get started or learn more about Midsummer and our rather nifty design tools.

Easy-PV represents our vision of an integrated solar platform catering for roof layout designs, inverter and electrical compatibility checks, payback periods, end-user quotations, structural calculations, seamless purchasing, auto DNO applications and much more besides.

The Midsummer website will also be covered in detail. Learn how to check stock levels, generate quotations and place orders, access datasheets, installation manuals and invoices. We'll also generate a full kit price and component list in less than 30 seconds with our quick kit builder.

Free registration

COVID-19: Impacts

  • March 19th - 10:00-11:00
  • Venue: Webinar

Join the STA for a brief update from key players in the UK market, including speakers from the STA, Segen, Huawei and JA Solar.

Speakers will primarily address supply chain impacts in particular, but this webinar will also serve as an open forum for members to raise any other COVID-19 related concerns.

Webinar:  Co-location revenue opportunities and challenges

  • November 19th - 10:00-11:00
  • Venue: Webinar

This webinar is essential learning for understanding the opportunities and challenges of co-locating generation and storage assets with solar installations. Led by Cornwall Insight experts, this webinar will explain the different types of co-location approaches being adopted within the GB electricity market including ‘front of meter’ and ‘behind the meter’ installations that couple solar PV technology with other renewables, batteries or gas-fired generation assets.

Renewables After Brexit: get your business ready

  • October 22nd (All Day)
  • Venue: Friends House, Euston

As the 31 October EU Exit date approaches, we know that many businesses are suffering from a great deal of uncertainty of the impact on them, deal or no deal.

Financing subsidy-free Solar in a changing regulatory environment

  • November 27th - 09:00-17:00
  • Venue: Bird & Bird LLP

 

 

G99 & G100: Grid Connection and Export Limitation

  • November 6th - 11:00-16:00
  • Venue: Solar Trade Association

This 1-day course covers the connection of large scale embedded generators to the distribution network. It is suitable for contractors installing solar PV systems, wind turbines and batteries up to around 50MW. Where candidates are going on to complete G99 applications on behalf of a client, Narec DE can provide follow-on consultancy to assist with securing grid connections.

STA members receive a 50% discount.

The PPA Market for Solar Developers

  • July 23rd - 09:00-17:00
  • Venue: Friends House, Euston

 

Over 30GW of renewables and flexible generation find their way to market via a Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). Although technologies as diverse as rooftop solar, fuelled peaking plants, and co-location of storage and generation have offtake arrangements to secure revenue, the PPA contracts are of a broadly similar structure. This new one-day training session explains key PPA terms, and their bankability and interaction with financing structures, all from the perspective of the solar industry. . Our in-depth knowledge of the offtake market is used to detail wholesale market, subsidy scheme and embedded benefit pricing structures and how these are typically reflected for different technologies.  We also explore the offtaker market by looking at the differing products on offer now and the emergence of corporate PPAs.

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