Goldbeck Solar transfers its international solar EPC know-how to the Netherlands. In the industrial zone of Veendam, the company builds a 15.5 MW turnkey solar park. The project will be realized for Astronergy (Chint Group). Both companies increase their Dutch presence due to a growing demand.
To optimise the self-consumption of companies, the commercial sector has a lot to learn from domestic storage. The key is in the power electronics and the management systems.
A smart PV combiner box, a flexible energy storage system, intelligent control for self-consumption and a new inverter for grid management. These are our top products of the week.
Europe`s largest unsubsidized solar project is now under construction in Southern Portugal. The 221 MW PV plant is constructed by WElink Energy.
Iran is one of the hotspots of the emerging solar markets. Intersolar Summit Iran, that takes places November 21 in Tehran, aims to provide valuable networking possibilities and insights for successful solar business in the country.
The potential for corporate sourcing of renewable energy in Europe is significant and largely untapped. To support its growth and bring a new stream of revenue into the European electricity market, it requires a consistent regulatory environment and awareness of this opportunity needs to be raised across a range of different stakeholders.
The Elios4you smart is for single-phase PV systems rated up to six kilowatts, allowing automatic control of up to four wireless accessories for managing self-consumption.
Installing energy storage systems involves much more than wiring up the batteries with the inverter. Andreas Lipphardt of IBC Solar explains what problems can often occur and how to circumvent such pitfalls.
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