New approaches to solar O&M in China

Published: March 1, 2017

By Karl Hong Wan, Karl Hong Wan attended the graduate school of Southeast University in China, majoring in electrical engineering, power system measurement and intelligent instruments. He has been engaged in the design, construction and operation of power substations, power plants and renewable energy generation for 30 years. He currently works in the design and research institute of GCL New Energy

Operations & maintenance | Proposals by Chinese authorities to scale back the subsidies available for grid-tied PV will require new efforts to maximise the performance of power plants. Karl Hong Wan of the GCL Design & Research Institute explores some of the innovations in O&M practices that will help China’s solar industry cope with decreasing financial support.

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