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Reported by Natural Power on 9 August 2019

Modeling Bifacial PV Systems

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Christine Bordonaro, Principal Engineer at Natural Power in the US recently hosted a successful webinar event on Modeling Bifacial PV Systems. You can listen to a recording of the event via the link below.

The focus was on modeling approaches for bifacial PV systems and the review of typical bifacial gains for utility scale projects as well as ways in which to maximize energy yields.

As part of our ongoing commitment to share our knowledge and expertise across the industry, we run a series of webinars that focus on topics and trends that are of importance to our clients. For news of our next webinar, please keep an eye on LinkedIn and the news section of



The Natural Power Consultants Limited. Press release - Modeling Bifacial PV Systems. URL: [Date Accessed: 09/08/2019].

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