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DEGER equips two solar parks in Bosnia-Herzegovina with 30 Tracking Systems
DEGER Tracking Systems lately also work in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The two solar parks in this country are each fitted with 15 systems type DEGERtracker 9000 NT and reach a capacity of about 150 kilowatt peak (kWp) each. With more than 49,000 system installed in 49 countries, DEGER i...
juwi Enters APAC Markets with Photovoltaic Plants
Project developer successfully established itself with its Regional HQ in Singapore for Asia-Pacific / RealizingFree-field plants and rooftop systems in Japan, Taiwan and India
Easing & Accelerating Solar Energy Adoption
DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions & Distributed Sun Collaborate on Standards for High Reliability Solar Modules
Solar Frontier Becomes First To Obtain New Quality Assurance Certification from JET
From module design and production to consumer support
Stop Waiting for the Water to Boil!
Collaborating to build a robust solar module industryAnyone involved in the solar module business for the last few years can’t help but be amazed at the dramatic swings in opportunity that have occurred throughout the supply chain. The drama has been high─who will win, who will l...
PV Systems Performance and the LCOE Equation
The economic viability of solar PV is more of a reality today than ever before. Driving this has been the reduction of costs for both modules and the Balance of System (BOS) components such as racking, inverters, combiner boxes, disconnects, and inverters. This article reviews an...
Survey of Solar professionals: Current Day Issues Facing Solar
U.S. solar professionals share their views on the current state of the U.S. solar energy industry and the outlook for the future.
kWh vs. kWp: Why STC Efficiency Doesn’t Add Up
Solar modules are supposed to make kWh. So why do we care so much about kWp?
What Is a Good PV Policy?
Not all policies have been equally effective in supporting PV developments. The success of such efforts depends not only on policy choice, but also on policy design and implementation.
Understanding the Ongoing Solar Shakeout
Solar remains an industry where innovation runs rampant, but any disruptive technology without significant potential for cost advantages will find it extremely difficult to secure a foothold in today’s market. There is simply no room for high-cost solutions, and that is the mantr...
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