Solar Energy Initiatives has announced the launch of Solar EOS’s website and social media presence. Solar EOS supports the growth of the solar industry through training and education.
Christopher Associates has announced that a U.S. Bay area thin film photovoltaics (PV) manufacturing company has recently adopted the Japan Unix Unisonik soldering system for its large panel soldering needs.
Bisol, Slovenian photovoltaic (PV) module producer has introduced an innovative way for the industry to sort modules into optimal PV plant array, patent pending. Labels on the back side of Bisol PV modules are now equipped with information necessary for the installers to ideally position the modules inside a PV plant array, says the company. Improved arrangement of the modules is unique among the PV module producers and directly leads to better energy yields of PV systems.
The International PV Equipment Association (IPVEA), an independent, non-profit organization of manufacturers and suppliers of photovoltaic (PV) fabrication equipment and related raw materials, has introduced the PV Matrix to the market, an innovative new solar supply chain tool.
Bentek Solar has launched its the new Bentek Solar Configure-To-Order (CTO) Solar Combiner Configurator.
Alteris Renewables and SunRun, a U.S.-based home solar financing company, are again “making solar history” in Massachusetts by eliminating upfront costs for solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and offering controlled electricity rates through 2030 for qualified homeowners.
AT&T has announced it is to to further its efforts in smart grid for utility companies with a new agreement with Petra Solar, a clean tech pioneer that combines solar generation and smart grid technology in a single system. AT&T will offer Petra Solar’s innovative technology, which allows utility companies to simultaneously address Renewable Portfolio Standard requirements and invest in a smart grid technology.
BioSolar, Inc. has reported that rigorous testing by an independent authority reveals its BioBacksheet can improve the power output of solar panels by dissipating heat faster.
U.S.-based solar group discount company, One Block Off the Grid (1BOG), has launched what it says is Philadelphia’s first solar group purchase program. Mercury Solar Systems was selected as 1BOG’s program partner and will service all member installations for the duration of the three-month program.
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