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Ampace’s new UniC series products eliminate liquid cooling, air conditioner for energy storage

The company’s new UniC C5 and UniC C1 products, targeted at small and medium C&I applications and set for mass production starting in December 2024, can reportedly boost energy yield more than 50%.

ATW Technology to showcase its newest innovations at Intersolar Europe 2024

The company will offer exhibition-goers a look at new solutions for ingot, wafer, cell, and module production.

Oxford PV unveils 26.9% perovskite tandem module efficiency record

Oxford PV has announced a record-setting 26.9% efficiency for its perovskite tandem module at Intersolar Europe 2024, the continent’s largest solar and energy storage event.

The Hydrogen Stream: PV-wind hybrids cut LCOH by 70%

Portuguese and Italian researchers have shown that the levelized cost of hydrogen (LCOH) is lower onshore and that PV-wind configurations reduce the LCOH up to 70%, while Lhyfe says it has started collaborating on a hydrogen storage project.

SolarPower Europe says 1 TW of solar could be annually installed by 2028

SolarPower Europe forecasts more than 1 TW of annual solar installations by 2028, but financing and energy system flexibility must be unlocked.

Global PV installations may hit 660 GW in 2024, says Bernreuter Research

Bernreuter Research says low module prices will drive demand in the second half of this year. The researchers note the shipment targets of the world’s six largest solar module suppliers, who are aiming for an annual growth rate of 40% on average.

Princeton NuEnergy scores $30 million in funding for lithium battery recycling

Princeton NuEnergy (PNE) has secured $30 million of funds for lithium battery recycling. The low-temperature plasma-assisted separation (LPAS) process, developed at Princeton University, produces battery-grade cathode and anode materials for direct use in cell manufacturing.

Infineon advances solutions to support three-phase hybrid inverters

As Infineon makes progress on its solutions for solar power inverters, a comparison of topology and chip types shows that the company’s silicon carbide technology will result in a reduction in filter inductance size, weight, and cost while also enabling fanless designs.

Euronergy advances planar electrical connection technology to boost PV module reliability

Euronergy’s flexible U-IBC 2.0 solar PV module series has a weight of only 2.5 kg/m2 using an alternative approach to traditional methods of solar cell interconnection in modules.

The Hydrogen Stream: Lower costs needed for competitive green hydrogen

The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research has provided figures for the levelized cost of hydrogen (LCoH) for major projects in the Netherlands, while Meld Energy says it is moving forward with its hydrogen plans in England.

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