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Bosch introduces energy storage solution as back-up for solar panels

February 18, 2013
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At over 125 years old, Germany’s Bosch is already a household name for its power tools, car parts, and other electronics; it even has a well-reputed solar panel division–Bosch Solar. The energy division of Bosch–Bosch Energy Tec–is now also presenting its own solution for energy storage at the Renewable Energy Exhibition EnR 2013 in Lyon, France [...]

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Panasonic, Power-One join forces for energy storage

February 7, 2013
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Global electronics manufacturer Panasonic and the world’s 2nd largest inverter manufacturer Power-One have teamed up to develop energy storage systems for the US, European markets, and Japanese markets. Their storage solutions will be aimed at the residential, commercial, and utility markets in the USA and Europe, and commercial and utility-scale markets in Japan. Bookmark on Delicious [...]

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6 questions for Panasonic Solar

January 21, 2013
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Panasonic, known globally for its household electronics, is also a manufacturer of high-end solar panels. Solar Selections asked Panasonic Solar EU 6 questions about the company, its products, and the UK’s solar industry in general. Their responses are below. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with [...]

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Panasonic HIT solar panels in the UK

December 12, 2012
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Panasonic HIT solar panels (formerly Sanyo HIT) have proven to be some of the most popular solar panels in the UK thanks to their high quality standards and efficiency. Panasonic also manufactures a wide range of energy-efficient white goods and energy-related products such as heat pumps and fuel cells, not to mention batteries and energy [...]

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