Intersolar Europe

Über 1000 Aussteller und 40.000 Besucher treffen sich auf der weltweit führende Fachmesse für die Solarwirtschaft in München.

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Event Information

  • Wo:

    München, Deutschland

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    ICM – Internationales Congress Center München, Messegelände, 81823 München

Sowohl die Messe als auch die Konferenz konzen­trieren sich auf die Bereiche Photovoltaik, Energiespeicher, Rege­nerative Wärme sowie Produkte und Lösungen für Smart Renewable Energy.

Unsere DNV GL – Energy Experten freuen sich Sie in diesem Jahr an unserem Stand in Halle B2 an Stand 113 zu begrüßen um mit Ihnen die Herausforderungen des Marktes für erneuerbare Energien zu diskutieren. Gern stellen wir Ihnen unser DNV GL – Energy Portfolio vor zu dem unabhängige Beratungs-, Analyse-, Ingenieur-,Prüf –und Zertifizierungsleistungen gehören.

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Our presentations

30 May 2017

  • Time
  • 11:45 -13:15

    Hybrid systems Solar+Wind+Storage

    Session: Smart Renewable Energy: Renewable Energy Hybrid Plants
    (20 minutes)


    Haike van de Vegte

  • 11:45 -13:15

    Lifetime extension analysis for Solar PV Plants

    Session: Addressing the Bankability and Investability of Solar
    (20 minutes)


    Cesar Hidalgo

Please join our expert talks at our stand on 1 June 2017: Hall B2, Stand 113

  • Time
  • 15:00 -15:15

    New PV module reliability Scorecard for 2017


    Ray Hudson

    Service Line Leader Solar, DNV GL

    Frederic Dross

    Laboratory Services BD and Sales, DNV GL

  • 10:00-10:15 and -15:15-15:30

    Lifetime extension analysis for solar PV plants

    PV plants can exceed 25 years of operation and this is opening the door to re-financing assets and new transactions in the industry. DNV GL has analyzed the parameters that may have a significant impact of the life time extension of PV plants: ambient conditions, O&M historical records, review of the main components supplied to the PV plant and the historical performance. Particular results on 7 PV plants analyzed as a part of a bigger portfolio are presented.


    Daniel Barandella

    Senior Engineer, DNV GL

  • 10:15-10:30 and -15:30-15:45

    Making storage bankable

    We will explain which business models and risk-mitigation services are needed to facilitate bankability and market growth. How can technology evaluation assessments and project assessments contribute to your business case and optimize confidence in funding? What is the added value of the GRIDSTOR Recommended Practice for grid-connected energy storage?


    Paul Gardner

    Segment Leader Energy Storage, DNV GL

  • 10:30-10:45 and -15:45-16:00

    Certification of photovoltaic power plants - your added value

    DNV GL's service specification DNVGL-SE-0078 contains procedural requirements for obtaining and retaining statements of compliance for all phases of the project and a project certificate for the PV power plant. Since the average cost per kWh of a utility-scale PV power plant has dropped significantly, the Financing of a project needs to be challenged/improved.


    Jochen Springhorn

    Project Manager, DNV GL

  • 10:45-11:00 and -16:00-16:15

    How monitoring systems help daily operations in Solar PV portfolio management

    Walk thru successful stories of customer running GPM and efficiently managing their sites across the globe without dying in the attempt! Including a vision forward of next gen solutions in the GPM platform ecosystem.


    Javier Sanjuán

    Global Product Manager, GreenPowerMonitor

  • 11:00-11:15 and -16:15-16:30

    Over Voltage Ride Through (OVRT) certification: clearing your path to market

    According to the recently announced VDE-AR-N-4110 regulation in Germany, all new grid-connected energy generation and storage systems must demonstrate their capability of withstanding and stabilizing temporary overvoltage conditions in the transmission and distribution grid without disconnection. The proof of this capability is a two-step process. First, the prototype of your product must be thoroughly and reliably tested. Then, the test results will be compared to the requirements leading to an certificate issued by the recognized certification body stating compliance to the requirements. DNV GL’s measurement and certification experts will be presenting at Intersolar Europe how to ensure that your products meet all new regulatory requirements in Germany to ensure a smooth market entry.


    Jörg Gütschow

    Senior Engineer Power Quality, DNV GL