A monitoring system for solar energy, a new storage solution with vanadium redox-flow technology, a 100 kilowatts string inverter and an innovative heating system. These are our top products of the week.
The AC-Thor enables the control of the complete hot water heating and space heating in one compact device.
Energy storage systems are one of the essential pillars of the renewable energy mix of the future, safeguarding supplies to drive the energy transition.
The new REFUsol 100K is the continuation of the REFUsol 8-23K and REFUsol 40/46K string inverter ranges.
Facades with integrated solar modules are cheaper than glass facades as field tests of the European Smartflex project in Lithuania demonstrate. The yield of the tested BIPV installation is comparable to conventional PV installations.
Many panel manufacturers provide the option of repairing or replacing a poorly performing panel. The ideal case is a warranty, which offers new modules at no charge in order to compensate for any loss of performance in case repairs are not possible.
Voltstorage has launched a solar electricity storage device with vanadium redox flow technology.
Schletter from Kirchdorf was one of the pioneers in the solar industry. The company leads the world market in assembly systems. Tom Graf, Cedrik Zapfe and Manuel Schwarzmaier report on how they are dealing with the crisis and how the markets are evolving.
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