Monday, November 26, 2012
BERLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Solarpraxis AG, one of the leading organizers of conferences in the renewable energy sector, will host its fourth PV Power Plants conference focusing exclusively on large-scale solar power plants on November 28 & 29 at the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix Hotel. The conference program boasts key industry speakers, including Tracey LeBeau of the U.S. Department of Energy who will share insights about emerging markets and opportunities, as well as updates about clean energy development in the U.S. Dr. Mahesh Morjaria of First Solar will be part of a panel discussion around Markets and Developments with Maura Yates (Sunedison), Craig Lewis (Clean Coalition), Rudy Wodrich (Schneider Electric) and Wade Shafer (HIS). This year a new topic, concerning best practice reports about Community-Owned Solar Power, will be presented by Kent James of Martifer Solar.
Overall, the conference will provide project developers and decision makers with essential technical and financial information on the following topics: smart grid, LCOE, utility-interactive control, BOS, quality assessment, bankability, plant operation, energy storage, data management, inverters, project restructuring and community solar. With the rapid development of the PV industry, it is imperative that developers obtain and implement high quality and bankable products in order to remain at the forefront of the market. The same importance applies to system costs and technology, which must maintain high quality materials and long-term durability.
More information regarding the U.S. Solarpraxis PV Power Plants 2012 Conference can be found by visiting http://www.solarpraxis.de/en/conferences/4th-pv-power-plants-conference-usa-2012
About Solarpraxis AG: Solarpraxis AG is one of the leading knowledge service providers in the renewable energy sector. The Berlin-based company provides clients with expertise and professional services in the fields of engineering, conference organization and publishing. Its B2B magazines include pv magazine and photovoltaik.
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