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The hunt is on for new light harvesting chemical

The hunt is on for new light harvesting chemical
An international team of scientists, led by the UK, are hunting for new, organic light harvesting chemicals to make solar panels that are both more effective at creating electricity and are environmentally friendly.
18th March 2019

Further progress with green energy programme

Further progress with green energy programme
It has recently been announced by TDK Corporation that it has installed solar panels at its power supply manufacturing facility in Ilfracombe, North Devon. Electricity produced by the 92kWh solar array will help power the whole factory, including the recently opened EMC test facility. The company anticipates a return on investment in approximately five years.
14th March 2019

Integrated rooftop panel-level solar-plus-storage

Integrated rooftop panel-level solar-plus-storage
Developer of innovative panel-level energy storage solutions, Yotta and PanelClaw, are pleased to announce that they will be working to develop Yotta’s patented SolarLEAF energy storage solutions as an attachment to PanelClaw’s rooftop racking solution, the most used and trusted flat roof solar products on the market today.
8th March 2019


Accurately determine energy yield of bifacial solar modules

Accurately determine energy yield of bifacial solar modules
Research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics, energy and digital technologies, imec, along with EnergyVille have presented a new simulation framework that can reportedly accurately calculate the energy yield of bifacial PV systems (also capturing reflected light from the ground).
14th February 2019

Solar satellite TV system for off-grid Africa

Solar satellite TV system for off-grid Africa
Specialist in affordable pay-as-you-go solar technology, Azuri Technologies, has unveiled its new 32-inch solar satellite TV system specially designed and customised for off-grid customers in Africa. The 32” Azuri TV is the latest product release from the company which already has in its product portfolio a 24” solar satellite TV. 
4th February 2019

Grid resilience at Solar Power Northeast Annual Conference

Grid resilience at Solar Power Northeast Annual Conference
Manufacturer of automatic transfer switches and power control systems and solutions, Russelectric, has announced that it will be attending the Solar Power Northeast Annual Conference, to be held February 5th to 6th, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. Solar Power Northeast focuses on solar and energy storage industries regarding trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and reliability in the region. 
25th January 2019

How titanium oxide influences perovskite solar cell performance

How titanium oxide influences perovskite solar cell performance
Researchers at Tokai University report in Nano Letters a systematic study on the effects that using different forms of titanium oxide in planar perovskite solar cells has on the performance of the devices. Perovskite solar cells, with a current maximum power-conversion efficiency of 23%, hold much promise for producing photovoltaic energy through devices that are easy and inexpensive to fabricate. 
25th January 2019

Solar energy company Midsummer receives major order

Solar energy company Midsummer receives major order
Midsummer, supplier of solar energy solutions, has received an order from US solar panel manufacturer Sunflare worth over $7m for production equipment of thin film solar cells. The production equipment shall be delivered next year to a new factory in China.
10th January 2019

Packaging multinational makes corporate switch to solar energy

Packaging multinational makes corporate switch to solar energy
In recent years, multinationals have been pursuing renewable energy sources as a way of meeting their corporate responsibility targets of achieving power through renewable energy sources. Last year, internationally-operating corporations including IKEA, Apple, and Amazon added 325 megawatts (MW) to the United States’ installed photovoltaic capacity.
2nd January 2019

Minimal carbon footprint from thin film solar cell production

Minimal carbon footprint from thin film solar cell production
A new study commissioned by solar energy technology company, Midsummer, has shown that the company’s proprietary flexible CIGS thin film solar module manufacturing process is more environmentally friendly than other solar module production processes such as silicon modules.
10th December 2018


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Hannover Fair 2019
1st April 2019
Germany Hannover
The Security Event 2019
9th April 2019
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham
Ceramics Expo 2019
29th April 2019
United States of America International Exposition Center (I-X Center)
Electronics & Applications 2019
14th May 2019
Netherlands Jaarbeurs Utrecht Hall 7 Jaarbeursplein
Agile for Automotive 2019
15th May 2019
United States of America Detroit, MI