Australia’s large-scale solar segment has adopted the combination of bifacial modules with single-axis tracking – delivering on LCOE and power output during the times of the day when wholesale prices are high. With large-format modules now coming on the market, will the wider Asia Pacific region follow suit?
The utility scale PV in Australia is set for another big year in 2021, big in more ways than one. But how can large format modules, particularly those utilizing 210mm (M12) cells, allow developers to achieve even lower LCOE? And how can the resulting reductions in electrical balance-of-system (eBOS) costs pencil out?
Zheng Chan, solar expert from DNV China will join experts from TrinaSolar to discuss:
- APAC market outlook 2021
- Latest innovations in module technology for both rooftop and ground mounted segments
- New single-axis tracker systems optimized for large-format bifacial modules
- How the learnings from the Australian market can be applied to the wider APAC region
- Bifacial yield modeling
- How high powered modules can deliver eBOS savings