A software that allows importing 3D models, a single-phase inverter for small installations, a mounting system for commercial roofs and a solar module that generates 425 watts from 144 half cells. Here are our top products of the weeek.
Greta Thunberg is currently sailing across the Atlantic Ocean to New York aboard Malizia II. Here are some facts about this vessel that everybody seems to be talking about.
The new version of Valentin Software's PV Sol Premium 2019 planning software makes the design of photovoltaic systems even more efficient.
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.
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.
German module manufacturer Almaden put their semi-transparent glass glass modules to good use by integrating them into solar carports.
A word about towing: Electric cars can only help other drivers if their battery is ready for return charging. Chinese BYD can, but American Tesla cannot (yet)!
A device for faster single-phase charging, in-roof modules in four sizes, three new modules added to a model series and bifacial modules with a transparent back sheet. These are our top products of the week:
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