Photovoltaic

SCHOTT Solar to supply 67,000 solar modules to Thailand

Albuquerque / Mainz - SCHOTT Solar is successfully strengthening its project business and activities abroad and just announced that it has received a large order from Thailand.

Triple success for Sunways annual report

Konstanz - The 2010 annual report of Sunways AG received awards at three international competitions. Sunways (SWW:GR, SWWG.DE, ISIN DE0007332207) is one of the leading solar technology providers.


Turkey designates areas for PV expansion

For solar parks up to 50 MW, a licence from the regulating authority EPDK is a prerequisite for obtaining building permission. Applications can be submitted until 31st October. The feed-in tariff for PV electricity in Turkey currently stands at US$0.133 per kWh. A bonus of between 0.4 and 2.4 cents is paid if the system components were manufactured in Turkey itself.

Solaria signs a strategic agreement to expand its activity in Asia

Madrid - Solaria Energia y Medio Ambiente, S.A., the only solar company listed in the Spanish Stock Exchange, has signed up an agreement with the chinese company Dongfang Electric Corporation (DEC). Through this agreement both companies establish the baselines for commercial cooperation and development in Asia.

Schneider Electric features complete solar solutions at Solar Power International 2011

Burnaby - Schneider Electric will exhibit solar solutions at Solar Power International 2011, North America's largest solar trade show and conference, from October 17-20 in Dallas, Texas. In addition, senior staff engineer Dr. Andrew Swingler will speak at the conference's concurrent session on Power Electronics on October 20 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.


ISOFOTON photovoltaic solar technology will give electricity to 300 public schools in Rwanda

Madrid - Diego Serrano, vice-president of ISOFOTON, together with Officials from Rwanda and the European Union participated in the inauguration of the ISOFOTON solar electric system for the Musenyi School located in Bugesera district, one of the 300 rural public schools from 27 different districts that will be supplied with electricity through photovoltaic solar technology developed by ISOFOTON

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