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Variability of wind energy raised European prices from negative values to more than €50/MWh

The second week of July began with negative hourly prices in large parts of the European electricity market, due to high wind energy production. Over the course of the week, wind production fell and, during some hours, prices topped €50/MWh, driven by increased demand. Brent oil futures continued to recover and carbon futures exceeded €29/t, values not registered since early August.

Successful premiere of the ‘PCIM Europe digital days 2020’

The ‘PCIM Europe digital days 2020’ enjoyed a successful premiere last week. The international exhibition and conference for power electronics took place for the first time in an online format. The main focus of the event was a virtual lecture program with more than 300 conference and forum presentations. Some 4,506 participants used the interactive networking opportunities intensively.

SoliTek’s Solid modules receive cradle-to-cradle Silver Certificate

European solar panel manufacturer SoliTek (Vilnius, Lithuania) has earned a Silver level Cradle to Cradle Certified™ award for its advanced glass-glass Solid module range. The company embarked on a demanding cradle-to-cradle certified process at the beginning of 2020, responding to growing interest for environmentally sustainable solar panels in Europe, especially in Scandinavian and Benelux nations, the primary SoliTek markets.

Enerparc, the EU’s largest PV asset owner, establishes partnership with Sitemark

Enerparc AG, an independent power producer (IPP), has selected Sitemark as its partner of choice for aerial data analytics services.

Overview and comparison of solar panels above 500 Wp

Recent research from BloombergNEF shows a significant drop in the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) from renewables. In 2020, solar and wind energy became cheaper than coal as a source of electricity in global trend-setters such as the U.S., many EU members, China and India. To catch up with this new tendency, manufacturers are adopting bigger wafer sizes to increase the power output from a single module and therefore reduce LCOE even further. In this article, Solarity has compiled a short overview of the new ultra-high solar panels launched only recently by seven Tier 1 manufacturers.

TBEA New Energy nudges “You”: TC3125KFT provides for you the best LCOE solution

TBEA New Energy, as a company mainly engaged in the electrics and electronics manufacturing industry, has a strong team working on improving the utilization rate of the new energy by technology innovation, which has been not only developing a series of high-quality centralized/string inverters, but also providing the market with optimal solutions constantly to bring about more benefits for the customers.

Parsec Accelerator selects 15 winners at the Parsec Demo Days

The Parsec Accelerator Open Call 2 concluded on Friday by selecting the 15 teams that will receive access to €100,000 in equity-free funding and Parsec second-stage business support services. In total, 60 consortia, consisting of start-ups and SMEs, had their businesses evaluated by a jury of experts during the Parsec Demo Days. The Parsec Demo […]

Solar PV Lab becomes NABL accredited lab capable to test high efficiency PV modules with Eternalsun Spire

Mitsui Chemicals Inc. intends to enter into the area of consulting and technical service provider for Solar Industry in the world. With existing strong portfolio of Technical Due Diligence services in Japan, they have recently entered in Indian market.

Huawei Signs New Partnership with JJ-LAPP to Harness the Power of Solar

The partnership will see JJ-LAPP distributing Huawei’s Smart PV solutions in a majority of the ASEAN countries.

Jolywood works with Next2Sun to have vertical installed PV Power Station on Grid in Germany

On June 29, German Next2Sun GmbH announced that its in-house developed vertical installation 4.2MW photovoltaic power station project in Donaueschingen, Germany was successfully connected to the grid.

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