2nd Annual Floating Solar PV Forum

Joerg Althaus, Segment Manager-PV Power Plants at TUV Rheinland Group

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Joerg Althaus will be LIVE at the 2nd Annual Floating Solar PV Forum to speak on one of the hot trendy topics in FPV: Bos Components for FPV Systems: Challenges and Experiences. He will also give insights on the following:


  • The potential technical risks that may be different from Floating PV systems when compared to ground-mounted systems

  • Insights on risk mitigation measures


  • Status of Standardization


  • Many more 

Joerg started in banking sector, working 11 years in the SME financing department and later working in  Project financing division for renewables


12 years working as developer, investor  and financial consultant for renewable energy projects (Wind, biomass and solar) in many West- and East European countries, South-Africa and Namibia.


Since 2017 working as EPC-contractor for PV projects, from small rooftops to large-scale ground-mounted projects. 


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Come and network with other key industry gurus. 


Join us as we gather these experts, practitioners, stakeholders, and leaders from Europe and the rest of the world to discuss how to achieve cost reduction, explore opportunities for the supply chain, and examine the role of innovations and advancement in infrastructure.  In addition, various aspects of floating solar will be presented and discussed in several sessions: From market developments to financing possibilities, technical challenges, policies & legislative actions, and best practices.


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Joerg Althaus will be one of our expert speakers!

TÜV Rheinland Group

Segment Manager - PV Power Plants

Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Althaus is segment manager for PV power plant services at TÜV Rheinland. As long-time expert in the field of solar energy he represents TÜV Rheinland in various industry associations, presents at expert forums and has contributed to many international industry standards. Based in Cologne for 20 years he has international responsibility and seen many PV installations or factories around the globe. Various past roles include regional management for Indie, Middle East, Africa as well as Germany including service responsibilities for energy storage systems, power electronics and photovoltaic components. From 2011 to 2017 in his role as Director of Global Competence Center PV Modules he coordinated standard development and global service development for TÜV Rheinland.

Mr. Althaus has presented at various conferences on topics such as PV project risk mitigation and PV quality assurance. He is a member in several standardization committees such as IECEE, CENELEC and DKE

2nd Annual Floating Solar PV Forum

2nd Annual Floating Solar PV Forum

Steigenberger Airport Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands Hybrid Event
28th - 29th June, 2022
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Floating solar PV is an emerging technology with the potential for rapid growth. The demand for floating solar PV is expanding, especially on islands as the cost of the water surface is generally lower than the cost of land. Currently, most activity on floating PV relates to freshwater artificial reservoirs. Notwithstanding, the combined use of offshore solar PV with offshore wind is possible, because the solar panels can float between the wind turbines at sea, resulting in a hybrid system that can provide more stable power for the grid

2nd Annual Floating Solar PV Forum will take place as a two-days summit and will explore the global importance of floating solar. The event will unite policy makers and top thought leadership on one stage and unfurl the green recovery playbook. It will greatly explore the most lucrative opportunities that awaits in the renewable energy sector, whether it be the expansion of infrastructure, the electrification of end use sectors or decarbonising the way we do business, therefore, charting the path for the energy majors of tomorrow.