PV Tech Power 28 out now: Solar’s supply chain turbulence, vanadium flow batteries in focus, hybrid resources and more

By Liam Stoker
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This edition’s cover story focuses on supply chain issues continuing to disrupt the solar sector. Image: PV Tech / Adrian Cartwright.

The latest edition of PV Tech Power, volume 28, is now available to download, as we take a forensic look at the solar supply chain.

The cover story of PV Tech Power volume 28 explores supply chain volatility in great depth, explaining precisely what has caused the price of materials, components and logistics to soar in 2021, detailing the best mitigation strategies and analysing regulatory developments which could cause further disruption to module supply.

PV Tech Research’s Finlay Colville also takes a deep dive into the learnings from the first two years of our Bankability Ratings and there’s a look at the US’ biggest states for solar, beyond the ‘Big Three’.

Meanwhile, ‘Storage & Smart Power’, the section of the quarterly journal from Energy-Storage.news returns as always. This edition includes an exclusive interview with Maria Skyllas Kazacos, one of the inventors of the vanadium flow battery, a deep dive into the strategies of primary vanadium producers diversifying into energy storage, a look at lithium-ion battery analytics by Sebastian Becker from software provider TWAICE and an examination of how and why hybrid renewables-plus-storage projects are on the rise in the US from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researcher Will Gorman.

You can download your digital copy of PV Tech Power 28 via our new subscription service here.

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