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SUPSI PVLab Industry Days - Quality of production and production of energy
The reduction to zero of net CO2 emissions strongly depends on the capacity of photovoltaics to produce energy at competitive costs and with a fair impact to the environment. For this reason the pursue of long life PV systems with low annual loss rates is so important. Reaching 40/50 years of life is a challenge that needs to be addressed with quality of materials and installations.

In the first webinar on Monday 29th November 2021, we will talk with international experts to deepen the concept with real cases, failures and performance analysis at different levels.

Monday 29.11.2021, 16:00-18:00 Quality of production
1. TISO 39 years, oldest european PV system, Mauro Caccivio, SUPSI PVLab
2. 20 years old BIPV system in Milan, Claudio del Pero, Politecnico di Milano
3. Analysis and failure of backsheets, Gabriele Eder, OFI - Österreichisches Forschungsinstitut für Chemie und Technik
4. Failure sheets project IEA Task 13, Gabi Friesen, SUPSI ISAAC
5. Long term performances of PV plants, Dirk Jordan, NREL

The day after, on Tuesday 30st November 2021, we will concentrate on the precise monitoring of energy production, going beyond the increase in efficiency at module level and considering the real performances of different situations at BIPV and large scale level.

Tuesday 30.11.2021, 16:00-18:00: Production of energy
1. The new SUPSI PVLab roof and the monitoring of new technologies,
Mauro Caccivio, SUPSI PVLab
2. Solarfarm Voorst 50 MW PV plant : experience in Netherlands,
Jolien Gooiker, Zonneakker Voorst
3. Analysis of 200 BIPV roofs in Switzerland, Ebrar Oezkalay, SUPSI ISAAC
4. Megaslate BIPV system: experience in Switzerland, Patrick Hofer Noser, 3S Solar plus
5. Gantner monitoring systems, Jürgen Sutterlueti, Gantner Instruments

Each session will last 2 hours including a dedicated Q/A part for the audience to ask questions.
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