In the race to fuel our ever-developing world, renewable energy is making some impressive gains against fossil fuels. A new study shows amazing facts: renewable energies take up speed.
ABB will contribute its grid automation technology to this project, which will enable a digital substation scheme to protect, monitor and control the transmission network in parts of Scotland.
Specialist trade fair brings together battery storage, Power2Gas, thermal and mechanical storage as well as relevant research topics and services. The main focus is the steeply falling prices for lithium batteries for home and automotive use.
The Turkish PV market may grow to 800 MW or one GW this year. Schletter and Tegnatia have continued their successful cooperation. Together they provided and set up the modular two-support steel system FS 2V Duo for Tegnatia’s latest project.
The famous scientific and communication centre in United Kingdom has now a 350 kilowatt solar generator on its roofs to consume the clean energy in the operation of the station. The generator was recently installed, the solar module came from Hanwha Q-Cells.
The global market in PV is on speed and gaining more momentum towards accelerating growth. In contradiction: The new deployments in Europe pace very slow, some experts talk about stagnation with 8 GW last year. The surviving manufacturers of solar modules and inverters still face hard times – no end in sight.
To cope with the strong growth and manage the increasing amount of renewable energy in the grid, market-driven innovations are more important than ever. The awards of Intersolar and ees are the best indicator for upcoming inventions in PV.
Solar power and battery storage play an increasing role across Europe. PV Europe took a look behind the scenes at one of Germany’s solar pv wholesale suppliers, EWS, active in Denmark. We talked to CEO Kai Lippert who leads the track northward, ho!
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