Good vibe at Intersolar Europe and ees 2016 in Munich: 1.077 exhibitors showcased their products and services, seven percent more than in the previous year. 43.000 visitors from 160 countries joined the event.
The new device series IsoPV425 from Hessia-based Bender monitors the insulation resistances of unearthed AC, AC/DC and DC power supplies according to DIN EN 61557-8 and IEC 61557-8.
Berlin-based software company Valentin Software has revised its design and simulation software PV Sol. So designers and operators can simulate precise yield calculations and perform detailed calculations, allowing for government subsidies.
The Mitsubishi Outlander is not an electric car, it's a hybrid. But it is a step towards a fully electric SUV. And it is a test case for bidirectional charging which may shake up the market for storage units.
The German module manufacturer received good results in EuPD Research's latest survey of the PV market in the USA. More than a third of all surveyed PV installers purchase modules from Solarworld.
The commercial roof segment is driving the market in photovoltaics. Since millions of euros are often at stake, the expectations in durability and quality are particularly high. May be steel is a better choice than aluminium.
The Korean module manufacturer LG has introduced a new bifacial solar module with transparent backsheet to the Intersolar. It gets up to 25 percent higher yield than one-faced modules. And SolarEdge from Israel was awarded by the Jury for the outstanding HD wave inverter technology. Innovations drive the costs down.
Storage and self-consumption are the buzz trends. This became obvious at day one of ees Europe/Intersolar Europe. Experts from all over the world followed the pv guided tours for experts about energy storage to see and discuss about innovations of leading companies.
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