Photovoltaic

New energy management and pv plant for the Hochleckenhaus

As the Hochleckenhaus in the Höllengebirge is only reachable on foot, the building materials had to be transported by helicopter. (Photo: Qinous)

Three companies from Germany and Austria have equipped the Hochleckenhaus with a off-grid and energy Management system for the Austrian Alpine Association. The hut can now boast of having the most advanced off-grid network in the Alpine region.

07.12.2017

Insights into India’s Energy Transition at Intersolar India

Intersolar India Exhibition and Conference will open its doors in less than a week on December 5 -7, 2017 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai, providing a platform for all industry professionals to meet, exchange, discuss challenges and solutions and promote the interest of the solar industry. In this year’s event, certified by the U.S. Commercial Services, more than 12,000 international visitors are expected. More than 260 exhibitors are showcasing their latest products and solutions in Hall 1 of the BEC.

01.12.2017

PV*SOL premium 2018 with New Possibilities

For the input of object data, 3D models can now be imported into PV*SOL premium 2018 via an interface. (Photo: Valentin)

The new version of the design software PV*SOL premium 2018 makes the design of photovoltaic plants even easier and more efficient.

10.11.2017

Solar job market in Europe to rebound from 2018

Direct and indirect jobs, up- and downstream, supported by the PV industry in EU 28. (Graphic: Solar Power Europe)

The solar PV industry will create 94,000 new jobs in Europe between 2016 and 2021, says an EY report commissioned from industry association SolarPower Europe. At the beginning of the next decade, the sector will employ 174,700 full-time equivalents, a growth of 145% from 81,000 in 2016 but still a lower amount than 250,000 in 2008.

08.11.2017

Photovoltaic withstood Caribbean hurricanes better than many buildings

Antigua: While other buildings suffered severe damages, the rooftop solar installation remained unaffected from the hurricane. Photo: PV Energy

Photovoltaics systems withstood the hurricane in the Caribbean better than many buildings. Now they are an important element in rebuilding the infrastructure – and could provide Puerto Rico with the most modern electricity grid in the USA.

25.10.2017

New PV Installations Approaching 100 GW in 2017

 Top Ten PV Markets in 2017; Source: Bernreuter Research

The newly installed photovoltaic (PV) capacity worldwide will exceed 95 gigawatts (GW) in 2017, according to the latest forecast of Bernreuter Research. "Supply of the feedstock polysilicon would even allow PV installations to reach 100 GW if inventories were strongly reduced," says Johannes Bernreuter, head of the market research firm and author of the Polysilicon Market Outlook 2020.

25.10.2017

Building Energy inaugurates its first PV power plant in Uganda

Ribbon's cutting ceremony for Building Energy's Tororo Solar Park in Uganda (photo: Building Energy)

Building Energy S.p.A, multinational company operating as a Globally Integrated Power Producer (IPP) in the renewable energy industry, has announced the Inauguration of Tororo Solar Plant, its first photovoltaic system in Uganda, located at around 10 km from the border with Kenya. With a capacity of 10 MW, Tororo Solar Plant is among the largest in Eastern Africa.

18.10.2017

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