Solar Podcast: Back from Intersolar 2021 – Learnings and Innovations

Starting with uncertain expectations, Intersolar Europe has turned into an overwhelming success. Although Covid-19 and its effects still pose challenges, the solar industry looks ahead optimistically. The OTT HydroMet booth proved to be a magnet for visitors, who showed great interest for the company’s environmental monitoring solutions.

In our latest episode, we ask our participants about their experience and impression after the first major in-person event after the long Covid hibernation.

This episode features Paulien Adema, Sales Director Europe, Udo Kronmüller, Sales Engineer & Tobias Weil, Business Development Manager Western Europe.

We talk about:

  • Soiling and its impact on PV plant performance
  • The new Kipp & Zonen SMP12, our new pyranometer with pioneering technologies
  • Current challenges and opportunities across the solar industry

Our experts are happy to answer your questions and support you to make your airport compliant with the latest regulations.

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