Latest Solar Power product news
SolarEdge Technologies, a leading global provider of end-to-end solar power optimization systems and monitoring solutions, announced today the introduction of new 15kW, 16kW and 17kW three-phase solar inverters and a new extended voltage power optimizer that can support modules with voltage up to 125Vdc.
The 15kW, 16kW and 17kW inverters expand SolarEdge’s portfolio of three phase solar inverters and enhance the company’s offerings for large residential and commercial markets. The inverters ... [more]
Alderville First Nation, a First Nation community within Southeastern Ontario, and Silfab Ontario Inc. have signed a contract to supply and support a 5 MW ground mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system, composed of 20,410 modules.
The ground mounted system, will use the Silfab SLA245M high-efficiency modules made from 60 mono-crystalline high efficiency silicon cells produced in Ontario in accordance with the Ontario Feed In Tariff program domestic content requirements.
The solar farm, cons... [more]
Powys County Council is meeting the stringent low-carbon standards now expected of new public buildings by using biomass heating systems within a number of new schools. To date the council has installed a number of Ökofen wood pellet boilers supplied by Organic Energy with more planned.
One such installation is Llanrhaeadr YM Mochnant Primary School where a new 850m2 school replaces the old Victorian building and provides primary education for approximately 70 children. In addition to photo... [more]
Armor has launched project OSCAR, 'Organic Solar Cells by ARmor', a project carried out by a consortium of five companies, including Armor, INES (Institut National de l'Energie Solaire), LCPO (Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques), Plasto SAS and Amcor Flexibles Europe & Americas.
In response to the growing demands for renewable energy, project OSCAR is all about developing organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells for the solar industry. OPV cells have the advantage of enabling more cost ef... [more]
GreenFix Energy has announced OASIIS, a floating solar-thermal island capable of producing industrial amount of distilled water and electricity
GreenFix Energy has announced the culmination of years of research and work into the development of the OASIIS technology invented and patent filed by Richard Henderson. Richard Henderson worked over a decade perfecting a technology that utilizes current solar thermal and OTEC technology in a whole new way.
Once built, this 1 to 3 Square Kilometer... [more]
Kyocera has a track record of providing solar modules for large-scale power plants in Europe. Kyocera has supplied 13.8MW of modules for Spain's Planta Solar de Salamanca and other large-scale projects. Governmental subsidies and a planned feed-in-tariff system are increasing demand for solar energy in Japan as well, both for residential applications and among public utility companies, which have confirmed plans to build large-scale solar power plants by 2020.
Kyocera Corporation has now anno... [more]