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Mittwoch, 24. Mai 2017

Future PV Roundtable Event

Future PV Roundtable Event

Is 1,500 Volt really the next standard? And which ‘next level’ module technology represents an investment that will truly pay off?

Intersolar EU, Thursday,
1 June 2017, 12:00 midday to 2:00 pm, ICM Conference Center Munich, Room 5
Register here!

Join our free working-lunch workshop and find out which module technology and installation concept will guarantee lower LCOE in the very near future.

A series of high-paced, engaging and interactive pitches will make the case for various technology pathways on the cell, module and PV power plant level.

Bernhard Beck of Belectric will argue as to why 1,500 Volt will be the new standard and what this means for the LCOE. 1,500 Volt represents just one example of a direction in which the industry and investors can head. We will discuss this and two more EPC innovation pitches and build an impression as to which downstream technology will be the best way to go for to reduce solar’s LCOE within a timeframe of two-to-three years.

On the cell and module level, we are happy to announce that Meyer Burger COO Gunter Erfurt will join Future PV in 2017, to provide the company’s perspective as to why heterojunction technology will be a driver of increased competitiveness in the near future. Hanwha Q CELLS, with its many years of experience with its Q.UANTUM cell platform, will be pitching on the cell technology side. Chinese manufacturer Jolywood will introduce a discussion as to whether bifacial technology is sufficiently mature to be applied in the near future and which overall LCOE reduction can be expected as a result.

Heraeus, Chief Technology Manager Andreas Henning
Meyer Burger, COO Gunter Erfurt
Hanwha Q CELLS, Director R&D Processes Backend Dr. Ansgar Mette
Jolywood, VP overseas sales
Enerparc, CEO Stefan Müller
Better Energy, CEO Mark Augustenborg Ødum
Belectric, CEO Bernhard Beck
Fraunhofer ISE, Head of Group Photovoltaic Modules Ulrich Eitner

We look forward to you joining the Future PV Forum, participating in the discussion and sharing your views.

Participation is free of charge. A light lunch will be served. Please register here.

The technologies will be presented in short elevator pitches and attendees can participate in live polls throughout the event, to provide instant feedback as to whether the presentation was convincing or not!
We look forward to your participation.

Kind Regards,
Jonathan Gifford
Editor-in-Chief pv magazine
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