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Air Pollution casts Shadow over Solar Energy Produktion

2017-06-27 |

According to a new study, airborne particles and their accumulation on solar cells are cutting energy output by more than 25 percent in certain parts of the world. The regions hardest hit are also those investing the most in solar energy installations: China, India and the Arabian Peninsula. Read more...

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Air Pollution casts Shadow over Solar Energy Produktion

2017-06-27

According to a new study, airborne particles and their accumulation on solar cells are cutting energy output by more than 25 percent in certain parts of the world. The regions hardest hit are also those investing the most in solar energy installations: China, India and the Arabian Peninsula. Read more...

EU ProSun applauds French President Macron's call for jobs and fair competition for the EU

2017-06-23

The lobby organization EU ProSun which represents thirty European industrial manufacturers of solar products today welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron's call for fair competition and the need to stop Dumping in the EU. Read more...

Open Letter from the European PV Community

2017-06-23

Organized by the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics (ETIP PV), EUREC - The Association of European Renewable Energy Research Centers and Solar United - The Global Solar PV Technology & Industry Association (Solar United) as well as equipment manufacturers, materials providers and PV Manufacturing companies published today an “Open Letter from the European PV Community”. Read more...

Finale!

eTourEurope has achieved its goal

2017-06-22

European electric car long-distance rally demonstrates vehicle reliability and fast-charging network in Europe Read more...

Renewable Greek Island-Project TILOS got EUSEW Awards

2017-06-22

The TILOS consortium is honored with the Energy Island’s Award and the Public Vote Award at the European Union Sustainable Energy Week Awards Read more...

Energy labelling of heating systems

2017-06-21

The European Parliament adopts amendments of energy labelling Directive. Rating scale will go from A to G in the future. However, the LabelPack A+ project underlines that the existing label continues to apply to space and water heaters beyond 2020. Read more...

Solar industry will reduce wafer kerf loss considerably

2017-06-20

The average silicon consumption for manufacturing multi- and monocrystalline solar cells will drop from 4.8 grams per watt (g/W) in 2016 by 25% to 3.6 g/W in 2020. This is the result of a new scenario developed by the polysilicon market research firm Bernreuter Research. Read more...

PV Power Plant of Phoenix in the US

Phoenix Solar broadens project pipeline

2017-06-20

The Executive Board of Phoenix Solar AG presented a strong expansion of the project pipeline at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders of the company today. The weighted global project pipeline ("Short-listed" or higher) increased strongly to 444 MWp, up from 349.7 MWp as of end March 2017. Read more...

Chillamurra Solar Plant at Goondiwindi Queensland

BELECTRIC PEG system successfully installed in Australia

2017-06-19

The BELECTRIC PEG system design achieves a significant milestone for cost-effective solar PV power generation Read more...

NREL Announces Participants for 2017 Executive Energy Leadership Program

2017-06-15

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has selected 22 leaders to participate in its 2017 Executive Energy Leadership program (Energy Execs). Read more...

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