Climate protection takes top priority in Berlin and Centrosolar Group AG has once again helped to confirm this image. Last week, Berlins Mayor Klaus Wowereit inaugurated a 38 kWp solar power system built with Centrosolar modules on top of Rotes Rathaus in Berlin, Germany.
Oslo to host northern Europes leading renewables industry companies, individuals and stakeholders.
Q-Cells SE and Innotech Solar (ITS) today announced that they have entered into a long-term strategic partnership. Under the scope of this agreement, Q-Cells SE will sell all of its non-prime solar cells to ITS for conversion into PV solutions worldwide under the ITS brand name.
Lennar Corporation, a U.S. home builder, has announced that it is the first high-production homebuilder in the country to successfully launch a solar lease program that virtually eliminates up-front costs and provides homeowners with below-market energy rates.
DEK Solar Senior Process Development Specialist, Tom Falcon, recently presented the companys latest advances in print-on-print (PoP) technology to assembled delegates at a metallization workshop organised by the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). During the workshop, Falcon outlined the findings of a major research project conducted by the mass imaging specialist along with associated opportunities for solar cell metallization.
Gelest, Inc., whose mission since its inception in 1991 has been to enable advanced technologies through continuous developments in materials science, showcased a number of its latest organosilicon, metal-organic and silicone based innovations at the 2010 Chemspec Europe (Stand No. F8), held in Berlin, Germany June 9-10.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum has announced the opening of three new service centers in Asia.
SolarEdge Technologies has announced that the California Energy Commission (CEC) has published the updated List of Eligible Inverters, placing SolarEdge’s range of single-phase 3300W-6000W PV inverters at the highest efficiency rank with up to 97.5% weighted efficiency rating. ?
The Japanese technology corporation Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of photovoltaics, has supplied an outdoor plant in the Czech Republic with solar modules.
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