Recently, SMA said that string inverters are often the better choice for partial shading compared to DC optimisers. This was based on a study by the Danish University SDU and that has now been questioned:
The European carbon market sees EU ETS (Emissions Trading System) as the most important driver of emission abatement in the years to come according to the 2020 Refinitiv Carbon Survey.
A simulation software for battery systems, lightweight solar mats that supply vehicles with extra power, a movable solar canopy and a thermal imaging camera for electricians. These are our top products of the week:
Sol Aid is relying on solar power for the complete electrification of its new headquarters, and that includes heating with infrared panels.
The energy transition won’t be achieved top-down but bottom-up: by local actors who are the real changemakers of the energy transition.
The coalition ‘Solar Europe Now’, which has been officially launched this week, is calling for the recognition of solar energy as a key driver to deliver on the European Green Deal ambitions.
Manufacturer Flir Systems presents the TG267 thermal imaging camera for electricians, air conditioning technicians, building inspectors and mechanics.
Forst, the capital of the Lausitz district, aims to become climate-neutral by 2030. This ambition is supported by Steag Solar Energy Solutions GmbH (SENS).
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