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2022 looks likely to continue to remain a turbulent time in terms of module procurement. While the supply chain upheaval of recent years may have settled to an extent, manufacturing remains in flux – with surging demand causing misalignments, bottlenecks, and some insecurity of supply. Additionally, new technologies are coming onto the market at unprecedented speed bringing with them some questions as to their long-term reliability. And module prices have also increased significantly, a marked departure from the trend set in recent years.

All of these factors can have EPCs, wholesalers, and project developers casting a wider net when it comes to securing module supply – leading to increased risks in terms of quality and the extent to which warranties can be relied upon over the life of a project.

Looking back in time a little further, there remain questions as to how effectively module makers have been able to stand by module warranties. Market volatility and fierce competition have resulted in numerous bankruptcies, which have left investors and plant owners solely responsible for failures or underperformance.

In this pv magazine Webinar, you can learn about a proven partnership that is aiming to provide confidence and protection in module procurement and asset management in an uncertain supply environment. Munich RE’s Green Tech Solutions and independent engineers VDE Renewables combine risk and technology know-how to provide the client with the best quality assurance and insurance program that is looking to overcome the certainty gap.

During the webinar, a real-world case study involving a large PV power plant will be presented, that involves a project in which Potential Induced Degradation (PID) seriously impacted power output and revenues. The case study shows how insurance would have protected the project owners to avoid high warranty claims. The presentation highlights the technical way in which the degradation was identified and addressed as well as the benefits of the insurance.

pv magazine Webinar content:
- Current market dynamics in relation to module procurement
- Insights into the Munich RE and VDE Renewables partnership
- “PID in the field” technical case study
- New developments in degradation mechanisms and testing
- Risk reduction of “PID in the field” with a PV Warranty Insurance
- Q&A

We encourage you to ask questions, which can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Emiliano Bellini, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
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