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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