PV Tech Power 33 out now: solar supply chains, Europe’s need for energy storage and more

By Solar Media Staff

The Q4 2022 edition of our downstream solar journal, PV Tech Power, is now available to download, including comprehensive coverage of efforts to diversify the supply chain.

The cover story of volume 33 details how solar manufacturers in markets such as the US, India and Europe are looking to leverage policy support to scale up production and take advantage of soaring domestic module demand.

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As well as looking at how solar players can benefit from various tax credits included in the US’s Inflation Reduction Act, this issue reveals how satellites can provide more reliable insights into the construction of utility-scale PV projects in the country.

As always, ‘Storage & Smart Power’, the section of the journal contributed by Energy-Storage.news returns too. Feature articles in the latest edition are:

  • European energy strategy must reconcile the need for flexibility

With Europe at an unprecedented crossroads in its energy system planning, now is the time to factor in the flexibility energy storage and other technologies can bring to its electricity networks and energy markets, write Julian Jansen and Lars Stephan of Fluence.

  • Three V2G/V2X projects getting around major challenges of consumer vehicle space

Cameron Murray talks to three companies taking a practical approach to scaling their vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-building offerings.

  • Second life energy storage firms position themselves ahead of EV battery boom

Using batteries from electric vehicles in energy storage systems can provide a potentially low-cost way to sidestep supply chain bottlenecks, writes Cameron Murray.

  • Southeast Asia’s emerging energy storage opportunities

Amid an uptick in energy storage investment in Southeast Asia, Andy Colthorpe speaks with companies working to gain a foothold in the region.

You can download your digital copy of PV Tech Power 33 via our subscription service here.

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