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New event to showcase latest solar PV technologies

Wagner Solar UK is will launch The Way Forward, a one day event taking place on Tuesday 23 April designed to help installers of solar technology learn about the latest technologies in solar PV to create a platform for future business growth.

Wagner Solar will bring together Voltec, Enphase Energy and Greenologic to showcase their new technologies and their benefits for British households.

The company will present details on their commercial mounting and ground mount portfolio.

Wagner Solar has organised this event to help PV installers source new products that will continue to offer the level of financial returns sought by homeowners investing in solar systems.

The Solar Trade Association (STA) is invited as the keynote speaker and will be presenting details on the policy changes and financial returns still available to customers.

STA chief executive Paul Barwell commented: “The STA has worked hard with the DECC to create a stable environment for FiTs and the RO for the next few years, and returns for the customer have never been better. 

“But staying informed on political changes in the PV landscape, understanding FiTs and the degression mechanism and assessing the risks to your business with the EC anti-dumping case are key building blocks for this event run by Wagner Solar.”

This training day will take place on Tuesday 23 April. It takes place at the Hallam Conference, near Oxford Circus in Central London.

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