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Reliable, efficient and smart: Trina Solar to publish white paper on 14 world-leading tracker manufacturers matching 210 Vertex modules

Trina Solar published its White Paper on Tracker Compatibility for Trina Solar 210 Vertex Modules, covering 14 world-leading tracker manufacturers that account for more than 90% of the global shipments, that match its 210mm Vertex 550W-670W modules. It includes top brands such as Arctech Solar, ARRAY Nextracker, PV Hardware and TrinaTracker. The white paper analyses the compatibility, mechanical load assessment and

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SoliTek to present more efficient solar module for greenhouses

The solar module manufacturer SoliTek introduced the solar panel M40 for greenhouses, which is almost 2 times cheaper than the previous ones of this type – the ideal price-quality ratio has been achieved, which is particularly important for greenhouse farms. SoliTek’s research team was able to create significantly more transparent glass/glass solar module. The new uniqueness of the product is

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Lightsource bp and bp Sign Multi-Year Agreement for up to 5.4GW of First Solar Modules

Order includes up to 4.3GW for Lightsource bp projects and up to 1.1GW for bp projects Companies to benefit from First Solar’s technology roadmap with scheduled deliveries from 2023 to 2025 First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) today announced that global solar leader Lightsource bp and integrated energy company bp have placed multi-year orders for up to 5.4 gigawatts (GW) combined of First Solar’s advanced, ultra-low carbon thin

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Canadian Solar to Report Third Quarter 2021 Results

Canadian Solar Inc. (“Canadian Solar” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ) announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2021. Highlights Solar module shipments of 3.9 GW in the third quarter of 2021, in line with guidance of 3.8 GW to 4.0 GW. Revenue increased 34% year-over-year (“yoy”) to $1.23 billion, in line with guidance of $1.2 billion to $1.4 billion. Gross margin of 18.6%, above

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Making solar energy even more sustainable with light-powered technology

Technology using a new generation of hybrid solar cells is one step closer to mass-production, thanks to Newcastle University-led research. An international team of scientists have identified a new process using coordination materials that can accelerate the use of low-cost, Earth-abundant materials with the potential to transform the energy sector by replacing silicone-based solar panels. Publishing their results in the

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