Daily Archives: November 8, 2022

LONGi introduces its new Hi-MO 6 modules to the worldwide DG market  

By Press Release PRESS RELEASE LONGi has unveiled the Hi-MO 6, its latest generation of photovoltaic modules that match high efficiency with stunning aesthetics for distributed generation and rooftop applications. Xi’an, China, Nov. 2, 2022 – On November 2, world-leading solar technology manufacturer LONGi introduced the Hi-MO 6, its first module designed exclusively for the…

The Air We Breathe

By [Energy Central] John Benson I have said in the past that energy and water are tightly linked. Energy is required to process water, pump water and otherwise make it suitable for use. Also, guess which sector is the largest user of water? The power sector. But this post is not about water, it is…

What’s behind the rise in US gas production? 🤔

By [Energy Central] Enno Peters What’s behind the rise in US shale gas production? Since the pandemic, US gas and oil production have taken different trajectories: oil has not fully recovered, but gas is setting fresh highs. Here at Novi, we get asked questions about these types of trends all the time. Of course the…

How to Optimize Renewable Power Plant Design

By [Energy Central] Emily Newton More people are getting interested in a future defined by renewable energy. That means it’s increasingly important that today’s engineers, designers and other professionals understand the specifics of renewable power plant design. Each project will have particular design requirements, a budget and other specifics. Even so, there are certain design…

Ultrathin solar cells promise improved satellite performance

As low Earth orbit becomes more cluttered, it becomes increasingly necessary to use middle Earth orbits, and radiation-tolerant cell designs will be needed. Making photovoltaics thinner should increase their longevity because the charge carriers have less far to go during their shortened lifetimes. Scientists propose a radiation-tolerant photovoltaic cell design that features an ultrathin layer…

SolarEdge plans U.S. manufacturing expansion thanks to IRA

By John Engel Follow @EngelsAngle SolarEdge said is actively planning to expand its inverter and battery manufacturing footprint in the U.S. in response to the Inflation Reduction Act, the company’s CEO told investors on Nov. 7. SolarEdge recently concluded a record quarter for revenue driven by the company’s solar segment and growth in the European…

Hitachi Energy enters strategic partnership with Equinor

By WPED Staff Hitachi Energy has signed a strategic collaboration agreement with Equinor to collaborate within electrification, renewable power generation and low-carbon initiatives worldwide. The agreement underlines both companies’ commitment to accelerate the energy transition and advance a more sustainable, flexible and secure energy system. It builds on the two companies’ long and successful collaboration…

Photovoltaik zum Laden und Waschen an der A5

By Solarserver Ein Lade- und Waschpark an der A5 bei Freiburg erhält eine PV-Anlage mit 600 kW Spitzenleistung. Der Solarstrom wird überwiegend durch die Autos verbraucht werden. Foto: focusEnergie Read Full Article Here For more great articles: RSS Solar News

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