Webinars for Compliant PV Components | Benefit from our expertise in PV Connectors and Charging Stations

Due to the rapid technical development of PV systems, manufacturers and retailers must also consider the ever-changing legislation that affect all components of the technology. TÜV Rheinland offers two webinars to inform about the requirements and guide you to produce compliant PV components.
Webinar 1 – PV Connectors
Date: Tuesday, 11/9/2021
Time: 10-11 a.m. (CET)
Language: English
Speakers: Roman Brück and Guido Volberg 

In our webinar ´Misinterpretation in design for clearance and creepage distances on PV connectors´ you will learn about the proper sizing of the named distances. Our experts will dive into the normative requirements, explain the influencing factors and show examples of how a creepage distance is dimensioned on a PV connector.
Webinar 2 – Charging Stations
Date: Wednesday, 11/10/2021
Time: 10-11 a.m. (CET)
Language: English
Speakers: Jurij Gerdes and Ludwig Kraft

In our webinar ´Test your charging station in one step for CE and standard compliance´ you will learn about the requirements that must be observed when placing a charging pole on the market and operating it on the network. You receive all relevant information about safety, EMC and RoHS from a single source.

Our Speakers
Roman Brück
Head of Department for the Components & Power Electronics, TÜV Rheinland
Roman has been working for TÜV Rheinland for 18 years. Starting as an expert in the area of electrical and electronic products, he is today the department and laboratory manager for PV components. Roman engages in the K373 and K371 at DKE and in different committees for standardization of PV components. He leads the working group of the test institutes at the German Federal Association of Energy Storage.
Guido Volberg
Senior Consultant Product Regulatory Affairs Alternative Energies, Staubli Electrical Connectors AG
Guido has more than 25 years of experience as Head of Global Technical Competence Center for PV modules and PV components and as Auditor at TÜV Rheinland. He is a member of several committees at the German Commission for electrical engineering (DKE), of several technical committees (e.g. TC 82 and TC20) at International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and at the European Commission for Electrical engineering (CENELEC). In these positions, Guido was project leader for the development of several PV component and PV module standards. In 2017, he received the “IEC 1906 Award”.
Jurij Gerdes
Expert EV Charging Systems, Energy Storage and PV-Inverter, TÜV Rheinland
Since 2019 Jurij has been working for TÜV Rheinland as an Expert for EV Charging Systems, Energy Storage Systems and PV-Inverter. With his Degree as a Master of Science from TH Köln focusing on Renewable Energy, he can contribute extensive knowledge about the latest developments and research in PV technology.
Ludwig Kraft
Project Manager, TÜV Rheinland LGA Products
After several years in the telecommunication industry, Ludwig has been active in the EMC and Wireless business since 2014 and has been acting as a test engineer for an independent EMC and Radio test laboratory. In 2019, he took over the position as a certifier for RED, EMCD, FCC and ISED Canada at a certification body.

Your Registration
You will receive a confirmation of your registration by email. After the event, we will provide you with the presentation as a download. For questions and further information, we are also available in advance.

There are no participation fees for you by joining the events. In return for attending our webinar, we only request your contact details and your consent to receive regular email updates on TÜV Rheinland products and news in the future. The fields marked with * are required for a region-specific contact to coordinate conversations. This enables us to process your inquiries quickly and competently.


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