A new efficient inverter, a monitoring and energy management system for consumers, a light-weight and stable mounting system and module clamps, that enable easier solar module installation. Those are our top products of the week.
Fronius Solar Energy opened its 20th international branch office in Hungary. Local customers can now look forward to a faster and more reliable technical support service. The company expects a total build-up of 500 MW in Hungary within the next three years.
SolarPower Europe refuses the proposal for a new price control mechanism for solar module and cell imports from China, the European Commission set out yesterday. The solar association demands for a framework that allows companies to benefit from the declining global solar module market prices and helps PV to be competitive.
Schletter Group launched the complete redesign of the Rapid 16 module clamp family in addition to pre-assembled module kits. It is suitable for mounting all standard solar module sizes.
Prices for solar modules have remained largely stable since Intersolar Europe. A shortage though is evident for high capacity modules as well in European products. Several European manufacturers state a higher demand, as pv Europe found out.
When it comes to small units, hybrids inverters that control batteries and solar strings, predominate. With commercial-scale inverters, the emphasis is mostly on lowering costs.
The new E-Series inverter from SolarEdge combines digital control technology with efficient power conversion architecture to achieve superior solar power harvesting.
Successful big data use and forefront analysis techniques implementation are in the centre of the “Smart Solar PV Forum – Data Analysis and IoT”. The event takes place October 27 in Berlin.
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