Monthly Archives: March 2021

Plants would grow well in solar cell greenhouses

A recent study shows that lettuce can be grown in greenhouses that filter out wavelengths of light used to generate solar power, demonstrating the feasibility of using see-through solar panels in greenhouses to generate electricity. “We were a little surprised — there was no real reduction in plant growth or health,” says Heike Sederoff, co-corresponding author of the study and

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Solar FlexRack to Supply Trackers to Namasté Solar for the Largest Agrivoltaic Research Project in the U.S.

Solar FlexRack™, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and solar tracker solutions, announced that it has supplied its TDP Turnkey Solar Trackers for Jack’s Solar Garden, a 1.2 MW solar farm project and the largest agrivoltaic research project in the U.S., located in Boulder County, Colorado. The solar installation was designed and built by Namasté

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Canadian Solar to Invest in German Off-Grid Solar Pioneer SolarWorX as Part of a Strategic Partnership

Canadian Solar Inc. (the “Company”, or “Canadian Solar”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ) and SolarWorX, a Berlin based off-grid solar pioneer, announced today that they entered into a strategic partnership in which Canadian Solar will invest in SolarWorX as part of the start-up’s series A investment round. Canadian Solar, as the lead investor, is joined by co-investors EIT InnoEnergy, one of the leading European investors in sustainable energy innovations,

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LONGi to Supply 1.2 MW of Innovative Solar Modules to Sinomachine Technologies

LONGi has supplied 1.2 MW of innovative Hi-MO 4 solar modules to Sinomachine Technologies, a company powered by a German investment entity. The Morocco based company delivered the project with EPCF model (Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Financing). The plant was developed with 2,663 high-efficiency LONGi Hi-MO 4 solar modules. The system is equipped with smart I-V scanning, AFCI function, and a real zero

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