The Energy Storage Report 2024

Now available to download, covering deployments, technology, policy and finance in the energy storage market

PV Tech Power Vol.24 out now: Big solar panels, big hydrogen and building better batteries

Front cover image from the journal. Image: Solar Media.

The new edition of PV Tech Power – PV Tech Power 24 – is now available to download from the PV Tech Store.

Volume 24 of the quarterly journal features insight into a broad array of the downstream industry’s hottest trends and topics as it approaches a critical juncture. The cover feature of this edition explores the introduction of 550W+ panels and the technologies driving them as they look poised to shake up utility-scale solar deployment.

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But, as you’ll read, some hurdles still stand in the way and the industry will have to collaborate to overcome them.

We also take a comprehensive look at Europe in our Market Watch section of the journal, where the continent's COVID economic recovery stimulus and a host of national decarbonisation strategies look set to give Europe another moment in the sun.

As always, 'Storage & Smart Power' – the dedicated section brought to you by – returns and this edition includes no fewer than four feature articles and technical papers which are: 

‘What you should know about manufacturing lithium-ion batteries’ – by Benjamin Sternkopf, Ian Gregory and David Prince, Photovoltaik Institute Berlin (PI Berlin)

'Europe’s energy storage transformation’ – by Naim El-Chaimi, Clean Horizon

'Green hydrogen: the zero-carbon seasonal energy storage solution’ – by Janice Lin, Green Hydrogen Coalition

'For lithium to still lead the way…' – by Andy Colthorpe, / Solar Media 

You can download your digital copy of PV Tech Power 24 via the PV Tech Store. All previous editions of the journal, as well as our upstream journal Photovoltaics International and a raft of technical papers, are also available to download.

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