A solar panel with a bypass diode for each cell, a fuel cell with scalable output, an inverter that delivers independence and non-stop energy and two wire clamps specifically designed for First Solar. These are our top products of the week:
With their BG-15, Solidpower are presenting the next generation of their fuel cell unit Bluegen. The optimised stack allows the scaling up of the electricity output between .5 and 1.5 kilowatts.
Phocos’ PWM charge controller series is the CXup series with three models from 10 to 40 ampere maximum charge and load current.
The Power-Blox 200 series from the Swiss start-up Power Blox is a revolutionary modular energy system producing AC power from 200 watts up to kilowatt range.
Due to flexible scalability of capacity and power the vanadium redox flow technology is predestined for smart grids, German manufacturer Schmid said.
The commercial storage system manufacturer Tesvolt collaborated with Samsung SDI to develop a high-voltage storage system which is setting new standards for safety and also boasts a 30 year lifespan.
Using the ceramic fuel cells technology, electricity is generated at up to 60 per cent electrical efficiency at the point of use.
Smart Chap gives independence from increasing energy prices – thanks to solar power and innovative battery solutions for maximum self-sufficiency.
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