The photovoltaic industry is going through changes across the globe and the PV technologies and global markets are shaping the future of photovoltaic products and services.
The Hörmann family in Zusmarshausen/Bavaria has realized a 100% energy self-sufficient home using a system combination of solar, battery storage, electrolyser and fuel cell.
The Four Corners region is transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables, and the new US$94 million loan from USDA should support that transition.
Belectric completed solar projects with a total installed capacity of more than 38 MW and plans installations of up to 50 MW in 2019 in the Netherlands. Furthermore operations and maintenance service agreements have been secured.
The installation of the components and equipment should under any circumstances be executed by trained technicians. These technicians and planners are familiar with meteorological and regional circumstances and often have already fitted similar systems and buildings.
Recently IBC Solar realized a challenging PV rooftop installation on the historic Hermitage Amsterdam museum.
With the first solar park to power a wastewater treatment plant in the Jordan Valley, the Global Nature Fund (GNF) and EcoPeace Middle East want to mitigate and improve the water situation in the community of Deir Alla in Jordan.
In Switzerland, some PV systems have interfered with the frequency bands of amateur radio. These systems were fitted with DC optimisers. Now the plants have to be extensively rebuilt or shut down. We would like to know: What experience have you had with this?
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