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Developers interested in implementing biodiversity measures at a solar plant should work with an experienced ecologist

The dawn of deep green solar

Ellie van der Heijden discusses how boosting biodiversity can be an opportunity for solar developers and investors to increase their positive impact

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Science or art? Defining the performance of bifacial modules

The cost increase of using bifacial modules is often outweighed by an increase in energy yield. Yet “agreeing” on the right energy yield of a PV plant can create heated debates. Christophe Campistron explains more

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Backtracking is becoming smart, but it isn’t magic

Everoze partner Felipe Canto Teixeira highlights the increased complexity in the design of singleaxis trackers and energy assessment for PV generation created by more challenging topographies, and discusses solutions based on his on-the-ground experience in hilly Portuguese terrain.

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2021-10-29 Design speeds for Solar PV

Design wind speeds for Solar PV

In this follow-up article to his previous LinkedIn post on why we see step-change in design wind speeds at some national borders, Simon Hughes shares his thoughts and conclusions.

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Everoze - PV for biodiversity

PV for biodiversity

Everoze Partner Ragna Schmidt-Haupt investigates how the protection and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystems is likely to be of particular focus for solar PV

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Your solar+storage business plan

With many developers now working on solar+storage projects, it’s time to look more closely at specific business plans. In her latest articled published in PV Magazine, Everoze Partner Siobhán Green looks at three key questions.

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SOLAR STORAGE: the what, the why and the future of solar storage

The what, the why and the future of solar storage

The what, why and future of solar storage – a fascinating new blog from Paul Reynolds on this super hot topic.

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Everoze creates Skyray to design and engineer great solar PV projects

Everoze creates Skyray to design and engineer great solar PV projects

Everoze has today formally launched a new company called Skyray. Skyray’s experienced team will provide design, engineering and site services to owners, developers and EPCs in the large-scale PV market (including new-build solar-storage).

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Everoze LEAF methodology

40 may be the new 20

As solar has matured and costs have fallen, longer operational periods are becoming the norm argues Christophe Campistron in this PV Magazine article

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