Today photovoltaics (PV) has become one of the most cost-effective forms of electricity production globally and in some regions is already the most competitive unsubsidised form of electricity. Despite positive cost and growing developments, European PV manufacturers are facing a decline in production due to competition from third countries. The fragmentation of the value chain compared to competing actors is believed to be the major factor for this decrease in the competitiveness.
SUPER PV is a collaborative European-funded project initiated in 2018 by 26 partners in reaction to this trend. Together, they target a significant LCOE reduction (26%-37%) for European-made PV by adopting a hybrid approach combining technological innovations and data management methods. Introducing superior quality PV systems will create conditions for accelerating large scale deployment in Europe and help EU PV business to regain leadership on world market.Learn more
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As the SUPER PV project moves is at its final stage of development, the consortium is publishing its 6th project newsletter.
In this edition, readers will find the most important updates
- Latest events
- SUPER PV Summer School
- Workshop “Optimization and operation of a photovoltaic power plant”
- SUPERPV at EU PVSEC/WCPEC-8
- Demonstration Sites updates
In this webinar, the SUPER PV consortium focuses specifically on Power Electronics. The 3-hour webinar was held on July 10th and was hosted by Dr. Jankovec from the University of Ljubljana. The webinar program included presentations on various topics related to Power Electronics, which are listed below: Power converter concepts and topologies (WBG Semiconductors) GaN based inverters Hands-on failure analysis of power inverters Fault-tolerant concepts of inverters Demonstration of DC/AC measures and fault detection in PV