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On-Demand Webinar
Assigning Uncertainty to a Solar Resource Assessment with Less than a Year of Ground Data 

SPEAKERS: James Alfi, Manager Solar Engineering, EDF Renewable Energy and Skip Dise, Product Manager, Clean Power Research 

This webinar, first presented at this year's 43rd IEEE Photovoltic Specialists Conference, dives into the second factor defining bankable data, "Are the Uncertainty Rates Known and Acceptable?"

Join James Alfi, Manager, Solar Engineering at EDF Renewable Energy andSkip Dise, Product Manager at Clean Power Research for a discussion on the limitations of traditional statistical methods, along with alternative approaches to calculate a more representative, holistic uncertainty value for a long-term dataset resulting from satellite to ground correction. This will be followed with an interactive Q&A session.  Listen below for a short preview of what will be covered: 

About the Speakers 
John 'Skip' Dise 
Product Manager 
Clean Power Research 

In his role as Product Manager for Clean Power Research, Skip works closely with solar developers, utilities and energy agencies to integrate SolarAnywhere software tools into their planning and operating processes. Skip is also responsible for funding research and development of SolarAnywhere, with recent goals to build in new features that will allow for more accurate and automated intelligence around PV to grid integration.

Prior to joining Clean Power Research, Skip worked with a clean tech start up, Soane Energy, developing environmental remediation technologies. Skip holds an S.B. in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, San Diego.

James Alfi 
Manager Solar Engineering 
EDF Renewable Energy 

James Alfi is the Solar Engineering Manager at EDF Renewable Energy, a leading project developer and independent power producer based in San Diego, CA.  James graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from California State University, Long Beach and a M.B.A. from Arizona State University.  With over 6 years of experience in photovoltaics including module testing, reliability, solar resource assessment, energy predictions, meteorological stations, and operational assessments for operating PV plants, James has developed a broad scope of knowledge in the field.