Webinar: Bifacial PV Monitoring rear side irradiance and albedo

Bifacial PV modules are a hot topic, but how should you monitor the irradiance reaching the rear of the module to quantify how much extra power can be produced? Does it make a difference if it is fixed or tracked? How do you measure the surface albedo? Watch this webinar with our bifacial PV expert Marc Korevaar, Scientist at OTT HydroMet, to hear about our experience and our recommendations.

Watch his 60-minute webinar for free.

Many scientists and engineers are investigating this topic and gathering knowledge about the challenges and potentials of bifacial photovoltaics. If you want to learn more about the current state of research, reach out to us.

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