Hundreds of kilometers from the ADLER Solar Service Center in Anzing near Munich, the ADLER Solar team did some impressively convincing work with the mobile PV testing center from MBJ Services GmbH.
In the Black Forest, Upper Swabia, Eastern Wuerttemberg, and Upper Bavaria, modules were able to be tested on site without having to expend the logistical expense and effort of taking them to one of the ADLER Solar Service Centers in Bremen or Anzing. This saves our customers time and money.

ADLER Solar takes its mobile PV testing center right to the installation or power plant. The mobile testing center contains an LED sun simulator to measure performance, a high-definition electroluminescence testing system to check for micro-cracks, and a thermographic camera to identify so-called “hot spots”. The test results are available immediately, in detail and in writing.

Would you be interested in having our experts enhance the quality and value of your modules efficiently with one of our three mobile PV testing centers, or having the performance capability checked following a severe weather event?

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linke@adlersolar.de; mobile 0162 298 9005

We will come to wherever you need us!

 

Successful start: ADLER Solar Works registers first orders in Japan

ASW_Gruppenbild_Juli 2015ADLER Solar Works, the Japanese joint venture company of ADLER Solar and Solar Works, a subsidiary of the PV general contractor (EPC) Yokohama Kankyo Design Co., LTD (YKD), has started its operational business in July. The beginning can be considered quite positive: the company has already received its first orders.
The full-service provider for the PV sector was commissioned to run the O&M (operation & maintenance) service for 11 PV plants with an installed capacity of 9 MWp, beginning on July 1st, 2015. In addition to that, ADLER Solar Works is responsible for the O&M services for five further plants (total installed capacity: 4,35 MWp). The realization of this project will presumably start in the third quarter of 2015. A third commission comprises O&M services for one PV plant with an installed capacity of 1,8 MWp. It is in July that ADLER Solar Works will start realizing this project.
Manabu Oyama and Gerald Wotruba, Representative Directors of ADLER Solar Works, are pleased about the successful start of the joint venture in Japan: “Our office in Yokohama has been opened, the website is online and our team ready for action. We are happy to directly start realizing the first projects and to actively support the Japanese solar market with our various specialized services”, explains Wotruba.
The international team of ADLER Solar Works possesses excellent expert knowledge and many years of experience in the various service fields for the PV market. Oyama outlines: “With this concentrated know-how we can offer best quality to our clients: be it within our O&M services, incoming inspections via our mobile PV test centers, technical due diligence procedures or within our acceptance tests.”

You find more information about ADLER Solar Works here.

O&M Taskforce: ADLER Solar supporting SolarPower Europe
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Solar Power Europe_logo_600_600_sADLER Solar is taking part in a working group. Since the spring, the company has been a member of SolarPower Europe, formerly EPIA. In a taskforce for operation and maintenance recently put together and headed by First Solar, ADLER Solar is contributing the professional knowledge it has acquired in the course of time in order to compile best practice guidelines. Together with other experts, this is going to start a debate which in the end is certain to produce results calculated to be of use to the entire solar industry and which should be available by the end of 2015.