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The heat is on for sensor technology

With the pace of the industry shifting up a gear, new projects and technologies are implemented and PV plants are upgraded much more frequently to optimise energy yields. We were keen to speak to Kees Hoogendijk, Managing Director of EKO Instruments Europe B.V., to find out how manufacturers are able to respond to this demand.

PES: A very warm welcome back to PES Kees. We’ve spoken before of course, but for readers who may be unfamiliar, can you please give a brief introduction to EKO Instruments?

Kees Hoogendijk: Of course, and thank you. It is always a pleasure to talk with you. At EKO Instruments, we have a nearly 100-year history of designing and developing scientific instruments, systems, and sensors used worldwide for climate and environmental research. Headquartered in Tokyo, with offices in Europe and the US, a strong presence in India and China, EKO continues to grow.

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