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​July 16, 2014

In this second session of a three-part webinar series on solar technologies, Doug Danley, senior principal for research and renewable energy with NRECA's Cooperative Research Network, provided a technical overview of residential and utility-scale solar as well as trends in costs. Danley also elaborated on NRECA's Solar Utility Network Deployment Acceleration Project, known as SUNDA, which is being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and focuses on enhancing the ability of co-ops to design, deploy and operate utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) systems.

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  • An overview of the basics of solar technology

  • Residential solar and the technical issues involved in the specification and design of 3 - 5 KW systems

  • Trends in residential and utility system costs

  • The current status of applications in the residential market

  • Utility-scale solar and design and the technical issues involved in the specification and design of small scale to 1 MW systems

  • A technical overview of the major components of utility-scale solar

  • Overview of the SUNDA project and goals​

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