Optimizing LCOE: How Quality Can Impact The Bankability Of Solar Assets

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  • Coming up next in the Power & Electricity World Africa and The Solar Show Africa Webinar Series: Optimizing LCOE: How Quality Can Impact The Bankability Of Solar Assets – Proudly Sponsored by SERAPHIM
  • Tuesday, 25 August at 10AM (GMT+2)


In recent years, the industry has been chasing higher and higher efficiency, and lower production costs. However, with current cell technologies, efficiency-boosting innovations are increasingly hard to come by. This is leading the industry to focus on other ways to improve module efficiency and lower project investment.

Balancing module efficiency and cost will be discussed in this webinar. Join Carl Lee, Sales Director of EMEA at Seraphim Solar, as he discusses the optical and electrical advantages of 9 busbar cells, reduced shading, mismatch loss and bifacial power gains in Seraphim’s newest product.

With new data, Carl will demonstrate how these improvements increase module power outputs and how the CAPEX of solar projects, as well as the LCOE, will decrease markedly. Through flexible application demonstrations and operation simulations in varied locations like Europe, Asia and the Americas, this webinar will illustrate the potential for these module-level innovations to positively impact LCOE.

Webinar learning outcomes:

  • How to balance increases in both cost and efficiency
  • New findings on the improvement of module power output

Limited virtual seats left! Register for free now

Author: GBA News Desk

Don’t forget, coming to your screens on 4 – 6 November 2020, Power & Electricity World Africa and The Solar Show Africa will be a three-day virtual conference and exhibition, bringing you insights from utilities, IPPs, large energy users, government leaders, disruptors and innovators from across Africa and the globe.




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