Webinar: Bifacial PV – Rearside Irradiance and Albedo

As bifacial modules continue to be more competitive, clean energy transition contributors such as Bloomberg New Energy Finance and ITRPV suggest bifacial usage will reach upwards of 80% module production by 2031. Unique PV site challenges and design considerations are being tackled by the industry including both measuring and increasing the amount of solar radiation that reaches the backside of bifacial modules.

In our webinar, Marc Korevaar, Scientist at Kipp & Zonen product brand, will share his experience and review factors that influence bifacial gain, estimating and measuring in-plane rear-side irradiance, and ideal locations for pyranometer installation.

Watch his 50-minute webinar for free.

Bifacial PV remains a hot and exciting topic. Our scientists are happy to hear exchange thoughts and share their knowledge with you. Reach out to us!

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