Lessons Learned From COVID-19: How 5 Different Solar Markets Adapted to Remote Sales

In this webinar, we will discuss how solar developers in 5 major solar markets have taken different approaches to adapt to social distancing requirements. We will share best practices and techniques used by these teams, from new methods to qualify leads early, to new ways of engaging with customers, structuring teams, and delivering projects. We will also show how HelioScope’s new Sales Proposal tools help these teams close more projects in less time. 

Deploying Energy Storage Systems in Urban Environments: Safety Driving Global Growth Opportunity

Energy storage systems (ESS) are critical in the global energy transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Despite already demonstrating compelling economics in multiple transmission and distribution grid-connected scenarios, ESS deployments remain limited in urban areas due to safety concerns inherent in legacy battery architectures.

New designs, paired with extensive testing and compliance requirements, can overcome the risks of fires and explosions. As a result, industry focus on ESS is shifting to safety, ease of installation and footprint to complement cost and performance metrics. This webinar will provide actionable insights on near- and longer-term urban ESS opportunities. Join this webinar for an interactive discussion aimed to share knowledge around safe, reliable and cost-effective ESS deployment.

How Design of PV Trackers Accommodates Large-Format Modules

Large-format modules (LFM) have emerged as a key development in the innovation of solar module technology. Designing trackers that support LFM is crucial to the success of these next-generation solar power plants. As the adoption of LFM accelerates, the BOS ecosystem is being challenged to accommodate this rapid change to the solar module market.

In this webinar, learn how the shift towards large-format modules impacts tracker design. Experts from FTC Solar, LONGi Solar, and EPS will discuss how these changes to both module and tracker design result in lower LCOE solar power plants.

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