December 4-5, 2017 | Toronto Metro Convention Centre | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

How To Avoid The Most Common Issues with Utility-Scale Solar Mounting
(Separate Registration Required)


Pre-Conference Session on Sunday, December 4 at 2 pm

How To Avoid The Most Common Issues with Utility-Scale Solar Mounting
(Separate Registration Required)

Schletter has long been a leader in the fixed-tilt utility-scale market segment throughout the globe with over 19 years of solar mounting system engineering, design, and manufacturing. With offices in 14 countries, the international solar community has turned to the experts at Schletter to resolve the most challenging of installation requirements. In this fast-paced, robust market, avoiding the potential pitfalls found in large solar projects can mean the difference between bringing the power online and on target or behind schedule and over budget.

We will share a three-hour pre-conference workshop addressing the most common issues facing the Canadian market including geotechnical testing, frost heaving, cost-effective design concepts for high snow loads, code compliance, and risk management.

Attend this pre-conference session to learn about:

Real-world photovoltaic (PV) case studies including electrical failures and issues with ground mounted systems. -30- Forensic Engineering, Michael Guest will share the issues seen first-hand and make recommendations on how to avoid these pitfalls.

Furthering the discussion, Schletter’s VP of Engineering, Wolfgang Fritz, will provide practical options for the Canadian market combining the critical issues it faces and how these issues can disrupt solar projects. From Dr. Fritz’s years of solar mounting design and engineering experience, he will provide insight on how to keep your next project on time, on budget and generating reliable power.

This session will include real-time demonstrations and afternoon refreshments. Please RSVP for this complimentary program no later than November 28. Seats are limited.

Where: Room 205, MTCC

Location: Sponsored Workshop Date: December 4, 2016 Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Michael Guest Dr. Wolfgang Fritz