Market Overview Thermosyphonic Systems

In our international market overview we present 34 thermosyphonic systems from all over the world.

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DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and renewables certification body, has opened the first control hardware in loop (CHIL) test facility for renewable energy generation plants. The facility connects physical power plant controllers to a real-time simulator, allowing the controller to be fully tested and validated without the need for an actual generation facility or power grid. This enables cost-effective, low-risk testing under realistic conditions for all forms of renewable energy control systems.

The Roboklin 25 tracked vehicle achieves a maximum cleaning rate of 1 MW in five hours. (Photo: Messersi)

The Italian company Messersì is present for five years in the market of PV cleaning solutions with  Roboklin 25, a machine for the automated and time-effective cleaning of large PV farms. The company's main business is actually constructing special vehicles for construction and agriculture.

Since the introduction of the EEG 2017 at the start of the year, there has been a fundamental change to the support mechanism to a tendering model. Small to medium-size PV systems with an installed capacity of up to 750 kW are exempt, however. Free-standing systems in this segment will receive up to 2.5 cents more as a feed-in tariff than systems in the latest tendering round in accordance with the EEG 2017 (currently 8.51 ct/kWh).

DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and renewables certification body, today announced the successful verification of two nacelle-based LiDAR systems at their test site in Janneby, Northern Germany. The campaigns included the verification of an Avent WindIris 4-beam as well as an ZephIR DM LiDAR system.