The search engine Ecosia does more than plant one tree for every web search: Now they also run their servers on photovoltaics.
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.
A half-cell module with an output of up to 380 watts is part of the REC Alpha series and is therefore probably one of the most powerful 60-cell modules currently on the market.
The Schletter Group has presented a bifacial module optimized version of its tracker, which is now sold in Europe, Africa and Australia.
The flat solar roof tile from Nelskamp called Planum PV increases the previous performance by ten per cent.
In Durmersheim in Baden-Württemberg, the roofs of a hippodrome were equipped with solar modules.
Solar PV and storage providers are seeing a surge in demand by farmers across Europe in response to technology advances and concerns over energy price instability.
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: Have you experienced any issues?
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