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Building Integrated Organic Photovoltaics: Heliatek starts pilot project for energy self-sufficient air dome using lightweight solar films

2015-01-15 |

Heliatek GmbH (Dresden, Germany) has for the first time installed its solar film “HeliaFilm” on a PVC-based membrane air dome in Berlin, thus opening up a new area of application for Building Integrated Organic Photovoltaics (BIOPV), the company reports in a press release. The solar film has been affixed with an integrated mounting on the outer shell on 50 square meters, in 2 x 2 meter squares. With a total electrical output of 1.4 kWp, the current project should provide about 5 percent of the annual energy demand of the air dome. Read more...

 
Solar Report

Renewable Energy and Chilean Mines: A Market Overview

2015-01-13 |

For a relatively new and untested renewable energy market, Chile has a remarkable number of strengths. The country has incredibly attractive solar resources, according to Joel Link, vice president of development and global head of mining development for SolarReserve. “The Atacama Desert, in northern Chile, has arguably the world’s strongest solar resource,” he says, noting that this area also happens to be home to the lion’s share of the country’s mining activities. Read more...

Solar Interviews

Welcome to the Energiewende: An interview with Craig Morris on his new documentary celebrating Germany's Energy Transition

2013-11-12 |

Craig Morris (@PPchef) is the lead author of German Energy Transition, a website that explains Germany's Energy Transition to the world in English. Born and educated in the US, he founded Petite Planète translation service in 2002 and has been working in the renewables sector ever since. In 2006, he published Energy Switch, the English edition of his German book from 2005 entitled Zukunftsenergien. Since 2010, he has written every workday for Renewables International. Based in Freiburg since 1992, he publishes in both English and German. In this interview, Craig Morris will be discussing his new documentary, Welcome to the Energiewende, which can be seen at http://welcometotheenergiewende.blogspot.de/ Read more...