Solarwatt and Fronius Solar Energy are to enter into a partnership. This will include a global distribution agreement, the inclusion of partner products in the respective portfolios, as well as joint research and development activities.
Monocrystalline silicon solar modules will catch up in the coming years against the polycrystalline competition. Prices will decline faster due to material savings.
An innovative battery inverter, more powerful solar modules, new one-phase and three-phase inverters, a high-voltage DC central inverter and an expandable energy storage system. These are our top products of the week.
Solar modules: Andrea Viaro, EU Technical Service Manager at Jinko Solar Europe is talking about technical specifications and advantages of the company`s smart MX solar modules.
Solarwatt sees great growth perspectives for PV and energy storage in Sweden. The Dresden based company just recently entered the Swedish market and is building up a Premium partner and installers network with experienced companies like Ecokraft. International Sales Manager Pol Spronck is reporting high demand for dual-glass solar modules. Energy storage system MyReserve will be launched the coming weeks.
Solar module manufacturer Astronergy is upgrading production at Frankfurt (Oder) to 5-busbar technology. The new solar panels will be available from summer 2017.
Since 2015 Bremen-based Adler Solar has been involved in retrofitting older solar generators for operators of installations. CTO Soenke Jaeger’s talks about his experience and what pitfalls can come up in the business.
Solar modules in rural areas: In the long run it will not be the solar parks that are going to dominate the PV market, but a sensible combination of solar power and agriculture. A first-of-its-kind project near Lake Constance is about to launch an entirely new field of business.
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