A heating element including meter and management system, a compact solar phase rail, easier system planning with the new website and a storage system that receives a certificate of safety. These are our top products of the week:
With Askofamily Plus, the Swiss company Askoma has developed an energy management platform. The system enables the user to see his energy flows and to optimise them.
A mounting system with a ground rail, a commercial storage with safety concept, a cogeneration plant that runs on pure hydrogen and a new app for solar technicians. These are our top ptoducts of the week:
The company 2G Energy from Heek supplies the innovative hydrogen cogeneration plant to Apex Energy Teterow in Rostock-Laage.
Sol Aid is relying on solar power for the complete electrification of its new headquarters, and that includes heating with infrared panels.
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).
At the end of March, engineers at the Princess Elisabeth research station in Antarctica installed five my-PV power controllers.
The heating elements in an apartment building in Linz, Austria are directly supplied with solar power from the roof of the building.
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