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LG Solar panels in the UK

September 17, 2012
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Korea’s LG (“Life’s Good”) is a leading global technology innovator in electronics, mobile communications, and home appliances. LG’s energy solutions division manufactures solar panels for residential and commercial solar PV systems. On top of bearing a reputable brand name, LG solar modules  a number of features that make them stand out from the pack. Bookmark on [...]

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SunPower solar panels in the UK

June 28, 2012
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The world record for solar panel efficiency goes to SunPower‘s solar panels: 24% cell efficiency (sunlight  –> usable electricity in laboratory conditions) and 19.6% conversion efficiency (sunlight –> usable electricity in real-life conditions) with the SunPower E19 / 320W solar modules. SunPower prides itself in its hard-earned reputation for world-leading technology and excellent customer service. [...]

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Kyocera Solar PV Panels in the UK

May 17, 2012
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Kyocera Solar boasts some of the most efficient and arguably the most reliable solar photovoltaic (solar PV) panels in the extremely competitive emerging global solar industry. A strong player in the solar field since long before solar power reached its current status as a mainstream and well-regarded electricity generation source. Kyocera Solar has made steady [...]

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SolarEdge ‘DC-DC optimiser’ technology in the UK

April 18, 2012

One of the trickiest parts of maximising efficiency in a solar PV installation is dealing with variations in power output among panels and strings of panels in the same system. SolarEdge is a leading company that has developed a unique solution to the problem of irregularity in solar panel array output. It uses a solar system architecture that [...]

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Trina Honey Cell Technology Solar PV Panels

April 13, 2012
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Trina Solar, one of the biggest vertically-integrated manufacturers of solar PV panels in the world, released 2 new lines of modules using its ‘Honey’ solar PV cell at the beginning of 2012. TUV Rheinland, an independent solar PV module testing organisation, verified the peak output of one of these–the PC/05A 60-cell module–at 274 watts in [...]

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SMA: The world leader in solar inverter technology

April 3, 2012
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SMA solar inverters are the industry standard for the global solar PV industry. The SMA catalogue boasts a range of inverters for all applications: small-scale, residential, commercial, and utility. The company has a sterling reputation for producing reasonably-priced but high-quality products, and for its dedication to excellence in customer service. Additionally, with a presence in [...]

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Dyesol dye-based Solar PV tech firm aiming for UK grid parity

December 7, 2011
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Dyesol is aiming to totally transform the solar photovoltaics (PV) industry by commercialising a still largely uncommercialised solar PV technology: the Dye Solar Cell (DSC). The Dye Solar Cell is a next-generation PV technology that utilises a ‘sandwich’ of materials to copy the photosynthetic properties of plants in order to turn sunlight into usable power. [...]

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Solarwatt Easy-In BIPV roof system acquires MCS certification

November 29, 2011
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Solarwatt is a German solar photovoltaic (solar PV) panel manufacturer based in Dresden. In addition to standard solar modules, the company also provides off-grid solar and building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) solutions. Their Easy-In BIPV roofing systems have recently been granted MCS certification. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via [...]

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