How PV installations get the most out of power systems

Charles Dauber of American Electric Technologies discusses the role of BOS components in cost/W and reliability of utility-scale solar installations. He speaks with Pete Singer at Solar Power International 2011.

October 20, 2011 — Charles Dauber, American Electric Technologies, shares the requirements for power systems in harsh environments. Specifically, he covers utility-scale solar photovoltaics installations.

He speaks with chief editor Peter Singer at Solar Power International 2011, this week in Dallas, TX.

Dauber answers how the solar industry can get to a cost/Watt grid parity with higher voltages, and how utilities can get the 20-, 30-year asset life out of these inverter technologies.

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