NREL hosts an annual Photovoltaic Reliability Workshop (PVRW) so solar technology experts can engage on current and forward-thinking subject matter in PV reliability. This workshop provides a unique opportunity for group discussions that can yield answers and bring participants to a common understanding for current questions in module and system reliability. Improvements in PV reliability reduce the cost of solar electricity and promote investor confidence in the technology—both critical goals for moving PV technologies deeper into the electricity marketplace.
Where: Lakewood Denver West Sheraton
When: Tuesday, Feb. 26, to Thursday, Feb. 28
WIND DESIGN, TRACKER ARCHITECTURE, SYSTEM DESIGN:
“Designing for Solar Tracker Reliability in the Age of Climate Change and Extreme Weather”
Presenting: Alex Roedel, Director, Design & Engineering
When: Feb 27, 8:00 – 10:10 A.M.
ENERGY STORAGE: LOWEST COST OF ENERGY STORAGE WITH VANADIUM FLOW, SOFTWARE & SOLAR TRACKERS
“Let’s Start the Future Now: A Recipe for Reliable Power Plant Systems Using Energy Storage”
Presenting: Alex Au, CTO
When: Feb 28