Schletter releases the PvMini™ ballasted ground mount system with proprietary rails for longer spans and record levels of system efficiency
Sentinel Solar installs Enphase microinverters to power Ontario's largest rooftop solar system under the FIT program
To make it more resilient in the future when pounded by severe weather
Joyce/Dayton offers a complete line of solar tracking drive jacks specifically designed for heavy-duty tracking applications. These jacks position loads at speeds typical of the solar industry. They include an integrated trunnion mount for simplified mounting, cast aluminum housing for corrosion resistance, and optimized drive efficiency for reduced operating costs.
GRV E II will see energy ministers and businesses meet to advance alternative energy projects in East Africa.
A new type of stained glass just installed in a Saskatoon cathedral is trying to prove green can also be glorious, combatting the stereotype of ugly, bulky solar panels. When the Cathedral of the Holy Family needed a new set of stained glass windows, Toronto artist Sarah Hall jumped in with a project she's been working on since 2005 -- one that combines old art techniques with new technology. Working with engineer Christof Erban, who pioneered the concept of placing a solar cell between layers of glass, Hall's solar-infused masterpiece is a colourful set of three giant windows set atop the Saskatoon church. The work is called "Lux Gloria," or "Light of Glory," and the largest of the three windows measures 37-feet high by 12-feet wide. The windows -- a display of silver solar cells fused with various colours of stained glass -- simultaneously shade the church, harvest solar energy from outside and block out heat. While the Saskatoon project is just one example of Hall's work in the field of building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) - her first installation went up in Washington, D.C., in 2005 - the Lux Gloria is the first of her pieces that feeds back into a city's electrical grid. She has also worked on two projects in Toronto, one in Vancouver and one in Camas, Washington. Hall's studio said the embedded solar panels are capable of generating 2,500 kilowatt hours of power, or about 20 per cent of the electricity used per year in the average Canadian household.
SolarRoof Pro complies with many international standards, with authoritative accreditations including TÜV (Germany) and RAL-GZ-966 (Germany), and now MCS 012 in the UK.
The US shale gas hydraulic fracturing industry is expected to witness significant growth over the next five years partially due to government initiatives to substitute natural gas for nuclear energy and carbon-intensive fuels.
The US shale gas hydraulic fracturing industry is expected to witness good growth over the next five years with the market reaching an estimated $15.5 billion in 2018.
KLC manufactures a solar panel system known as Smart Solar Tracking System (the "Tracker").
Cooperates with the largest electrical wholesaler in Australia and New Zealand
Aiming at constructing 5,000 houses with steel frame and supplying photovoltaic modules
Polypore Announces New President for Energy Storage - Electronics and Electric Drive Vehicles (EDVs) Business Segment
Christopher L. Cowger will join Polypore as President, Energy Storage - Electronics and Electric Drive Vehicles (EDVs), on September 3, 2013
30 kW/80 kWh solar hybrid installation reduces diesel generator use by 80 percent
OutBack Power Releases FLEXcoupled AC Coupling Solution for Cost-Effective Energy Storage, Backup for Grid-Tied PV Systems
GSLC175-AC AC coupled solution partners with a more advanced inverter/charger to create higher-performing backup power for existing PV systems
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Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.