Monthly Archives: August 2018

New energy IoT industrial innovation center set up at Trina Solar

An industrial innovation center focusing on new energy Internet of Things (IoT) was established at Trina Solar’s headquarters in Changzhou, China on August 17. The center will partner with leading companies and research institutes both in and outside of China to create an innovation platform for the research of new energy IoT through establishing innovation systems such as new energy

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APsystems to Launch QS1 Four-Module 1200W Microinverter at Solar Power International

APsystems will unveil the QS1, a four-module, single phase microinverter for residential applications at the Solar Power International trade show in Anaheim. A new design for APsystems, the QS1 offers 75% faster installation time, while offering the highest peak output power and up to 3X faster transmission speed than conventional microinverters. A wider MPPT voltage range will result in a

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Arctech Solar Signs a Contract for 256.5MWp Tracking System in Australia

Arctech Solar has inked a deal with Biosar Australia Pty Ltd., a subsidiary of Greek construction group AKTOR, for a 256.5MWp project located in Ouyen, north-western Victoria, Australia. This large-scale project signifies a new breakthrough for Arctech Solar to enter the Australia PV market. This project is expected to be completed by the end of H12019. Considering the irregular terrain,

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Researchers upgrade organic solar cells to be used in roof tiles generating power

An international team of materials scientists from France, Russia and Kazakhstan found a way to boost the efficiency of organic solar cells several times. The new study, published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A, has shown that ordered structures based on organic molecules can be used to produce solar power. Illustration. Solar tile. Credit: Elena Khavina/MIPT Press Office Solar panels, or

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Solarcentury hits an important milestone in developing one of Europe’s largest solar farms

The Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition has granted an Environmental Impact Declaration to Solarcentury’s Talayuela solar farm in an important step towards the site’s development. The 300MWp solar farm in the region of Extremadura will be one of Europe’s largest to date. Neil Perry, Chief Financial Officer for Solarcentury, said: “We are delighted with the progress we have made on

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