IBC SOLAR is supporting Bavarian universities to create a pilot project for expanding the energy supply into rural areas of Namibia. The aim of the project “PROCEED” is to achieve a sustainable improvement in the energy supply based on renewable energy.
In large-scale solar parks, lightning protection is already considered as part of the planning stage. For the following three reasons. Consider them carefully.
The search engine Ecosia does more than plant one tree for every web search: Now they also run their servers on photovoltaics.
Copenhagen ZOO is turning green and is fully committed to solar energy – for the implementation of its energy-saving and climate protection measures.
A carport that seems to stand on two feet, a new solar tile that allows even better use of roof area, a tracker optimised for bifacial modules and the new Alpha series modules with 120 half cells. These are out top products of the week.
If lightning hits a solar roof most damage follows underneath. The enormous energy burns its way through the house and all the electrical equipment.
The resort town of Byron Bay, about 160 kilometres south of Brisbane in Australia, has the first fully solar powered train line in the world.
How will the proposed roadmap for phasing out coal power impact the energy sector, electricity prices, and the achievement of emissions targets? Agora Energiewende has assessed the recommendations of the German Coal Commission.
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