The 16th Forum Solarpraxis was held in Berlin at the end of November. More than 700 participants met at the Hilton Hotel, debated the perspectives of the solar industry, and shared their ideas on technical innovations. Thus the Forum again gave rise to an exciting discussion which provided the participants with plenty of inspiration for their future work to take home with them. A large number of talks around the ADLER Solar information stand located in the foyer supplied our conference participants with valuable feedback.
ADLER Solar not only agreed to sponsor the many sought-after conference bags, but also provided ideas for the content of the meeting. Klaus-Peter Fuss, member of the ADLER Solar management, reported on the development and perspectives of the Japanese photovoltaic market based on his experience with the ADLER Solar Works joint venture started in 2015. The head of engineering services, Sönke Jäger, discussed the lasting significance of O&M at a special O&M panel on the second day of the conference.
The quality network of ADLER Solar: Sharing professional ideas with insurance companies and pv experts
In the last few days, ADLER Solar was able to welcome more than 60 participants at two events to provide information about current developments and trends in the photovoltaic industry. ADLER Solar organized a special meeting for insurance companies for the seventh time in Bremen.
Representatives of well-known insurance companies shared their ideas in Bremen with experts from the various departments of ADLER Solar. The focus of the content at the seventh insurance meeting was the topic of “flaws and product defects”. Using the Crack Age Test developed by ADLER Solar, it was possible to illustrate how to assign a time to all damages.
The second Forum for pv experts was held in Kirchheim near Munich, near the ADLER Solar branch office in Anzing.
At this pv experts’ forum, the experts taking part were able to submit topics for the agenda along with substantial inputs from ADLER Solar employees. Three external thematic blocks, such as “The somewhat different kind of storm damage”, provided additional inspiration for technical discussion among those attending. The results of this pv experts’ meeting were judged by everyone to have been very profitable at the end of the event.
These events for professional groups have enabled ADLER Solar to establish quality networks that will be continued at many additional events next year.