Rule of thumb: Buy brand products that are certified by independent institutions; preferably from manufacturers that can be expected to be in business for the foreseeable future.
The Four Corners region is transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables, and the new US$94 million loan from USDA should support that transition.
Currently, crystalline panels can be had for about 50 cents to one euro per watt. But do not look only on the price. Quality, warranty conditions and after sales service are important, too. Be realistic!
Thin-film solar modules do not use silicon cells, but other semiconductors. They offer a homogenous surface and stable yield in regions with high temperature.
An EMS to control and monitor installations more efficiently, three new solar panels, a telecontroller that can be controlled via LTE and a mobile tester to calibrate EV charging stations. These are our top products of the week:
The transparent modules contain cells which are active on the front and the rear. They cost as much as standard mono modules. But promise higher yield.
JinkoSolar, one of the largest solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that a number of their products have achieved record-breaking results.
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.
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