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Front cover image for PV Tech Power 30. Image: Solar Media / Adrian Cartwright, Planet Illustration.

The new edition of our downstream solar journal, PV Tech Power volume 30, is now available to download, featuring coverage of the solar industry’s efforts to bridge a looming skills gap.

The cover story of PV Tech Power vol. 30 assesses solar’s options when it comes to a shortage of workforce across several critical areas, from system designers to high voltage engineers, while also exploring gender diversity in the sector.

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Meanwhile, ‘Storage & Smart Power’, the section of the journal contributed by the Energy-Storage.news team returns as always, with this edition including:

-Data-driven insurance for batteries: An unsung hero of the green energy transition

Charley Grimston, co-founder of specialist data-driven battery insurance technology company Altelium, writes about the importance of insurance in underpinning, and indeed underwriting, the success of the battery industry.

-Building a battery industry for Europe

Northvolt is building out dozens of gigawatt-hours of battery manufacturing in Europe and while its main off-takers will be the automotive industry, subsidiary Northvolt Systems is strongly committed to the stationary energy storage space, Northvolt Systems president Emad Zand writes.

-PROJECT BRIEFING: World’s largest lithium- vanadium hybrid BESS trialled at Oxford renewables hub pilot

Energy-Storage.news writer Cameron Murray takes a close look at Energy Superhub Oxford in the UK, which features the world’s biggest lithium-vanadium hybrid battery storage plant.

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8 October 2024
San Francisco Bay Area, USA
PV Tech has been running an annual PV CellTech Conference since 2016. PV CellTech USA, on 8-9 October 2024 is our second PV CellTech conference dedicated to the U.S. manufacturing sector. The event in 2023 was a sell out success and 2024 will once again gather the key stakeholders from PV manufacturing, equipment/materials, policy-making and strategy, capital equipment investment and all interested downstream channels and third-party entities. The goal is simple: to map out PV manufacturing in the U.S. out to 2030 and beyond.

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