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- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (2.35 – 3.00 m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install


Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (2.35 – 3.00m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.28 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter (Power One 2.5) with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with a Power One 1.6.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.


 

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-600rpm

Ratedoutput power

3.0kW

Operationspeed

130 rpm–400 rpm

Maximumoutput power

4.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

   Stormprotection  
Repellerdiameter 3.00 m (2.35m) Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea 7.065m² (4.335m²)  Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades 3pcs.Carbon/ glassfiber    

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel    
Colour RAL 9010    
Weightcomplete 95kg    

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1
DIN VDE 0113 T 1
DIN EN 12100
DIN EN 418
Accident prevent regulation
BGV A3 (VBG4) According to IEC 61400-2

ANTARIS-3
- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.00 – 3.50m).
- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.00 – 3.50m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.2 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter Aurora 3.6 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with an Aurora 2.0.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-600rpm

Ratedoutput power

3.7kW

Operation speed

115rpm–430rpm

Maximumoutput power

7.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

 

Stormprotection:

 

Repellerdiameter

3.5m (3.0m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

9.61 m² (7.06m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

105kg

   

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3

(VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2


ANTARIS-4- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.50 – 4.00m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.50 – 4.00m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.8 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter Smart!wind 5.5 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with an Aurora 2.5.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-350rpm

Ratedoutput power

5.5kW

Operationspeed

75rpm–300rpm

Maximumoutput power

9.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

 

Stormprotection:

 

Repellerdiameter

4.0m (3.5m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance, electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

12.56m² (9.61m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

165kg

   

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3 (VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2

ANTARIS-6- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (4.00 m – 5.30 m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (4.00 m – 5.30 m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.28 m/s) and very quiet operation (49 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one Smart!wind 7.5 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with one Smart!wind 5.5.
The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator

 

Turbinedata

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-500rpm

Ratedoutput power

7.5kW

Operationspeed

75rpm–330rpm

Maximumoutput power

12.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata

 

Stormprotection

 

Repellerdiameter

5.30m (4.00m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

22.05m² (12.56m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

225kg

   


Standard Norms and Certifications:


CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3

(VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2


ANTARIS-9.5-kW- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters 5.30m - 6.50 m.

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.) and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm- force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (5.30 m – 6,50 m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behavior (at wind speeds as low as 2.2 m/s) and very quiet operation (49 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one 3-phased Inverter Smart!wind 10.0 kW with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with one Smart!wind 7.5 kW.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid- connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!
When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating
element.

Alternator

 

Turbinedata

 

Type

3-phases

Permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm -300rpm

Ratedoutput power

9.5kW

Operationspeed

60 rpm–250rpm

Max.output power

18.0kW

Start upwindspeed

2.2m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

12.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive wind speed

>58m/s

Mechanicaldata

 

Stormprotection

 

Repellerdiameter

6.50m (5.30 m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition,

breaking resistance, electromagnetic brake (optional)

Sweeptarea

33.16m² (22.05m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs. Carbon/

glasfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

450kg

   


Standard Norms and Certifications


CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation

BGV A3(VBG4) According toIEC61400-2


Axitec Solar Batteries

Grid-Tied, Off-Grid and Hybrid Solar Systems        
What are the benefits of grid-connected solar panels vs. living off the grid? Deciding whether or not to grid-tie your solar panels is usually pretty straightforward – the clear-cut benefits of being grid-tied appeals to the majority of homeowners. There are, however, some people that choose to live off the grid.
What would be the best in your situation? Let`s look closer at the benefits and downsides of grid-tied, off-grid and hybrid solar systems.
Grid-Tied Solar Systems
Grid-tied, on-grid, utility-interactive, grid intertie and grid backfeeding are all terms used to describe the same concept – a solar system that is connected to the utility power grid.

Advantages of Grid-Tied Systems
1. Save more money with net metering
A grid-connection will allow you to save more money with solar panels through better efficiency rates, net metering, plus lower equipment and installation costs:
Batteries, and other stand-alone equipment, are required for a fully functional off-grid solar system and add to costs as well as maintenance. Grid-tied solar systems are therefore generally cheaper and simpler to install.
Your solar panels will often generate more electricity than what you are capable of consuming. With net metering, homeowners can put this excess electricity onto the utility grid instead of storing it themselves with batteries.
Net metering (or feed-in tariff schemes in some countries) play an important role in how solar power is incentivized. Without it, residential solar systems would be much less feasible from a financial point of view.
Many utility companies are committed to buying electricity from homeowners at the same rate as they sell it themselves.

2. The utility grid is a virtual battery

Electricity has to be spent in real time. However, it can be temporarily stored as other forms of energy (e.g. chemical energy in batteries). Energy storage typically comes with significant losses.
The electric power grid is in many ways also a battery, without the need for maintenance or replacements, and with much better efficiency rates. In other words, more electricity (and more money) goes to waste with conventional battery systems.
According to EIA data[1], national, annual electricity transmission and distribution losses average about 7% of the electricity that is transmitted in the United States. Lead-acid batteries, which are commonly used with solar panels, are only 80-90% efficient at storing energy, and their performance degrades with time.
Additional perks of being grid-tied include access to backup power from the utility grid (in case your solar system stop generating electricity for one reason or another). At the same time you help to mitigate the utility company`s peak load. As a result, the efficiency of our electrical system as a whole goes up.
Equipment for Grid-Tied Solar Systems
There are a few key differences between the equipment needed for grid-tied, off-grid and hybrid solar systems. Standard grid-tied solar systems rely on the following components:
Grid-Tie Inverter (GTI) or Micro-Inverters
Power Meter
Grid-Tie Inverter (GTI)
What is the job of a solar inverter? They regulate the voltage and current received from your solar panels. Direct current (DC) from your solar panels is converted into alternating current (AC), which is the type of current that is utilized by the majority of electrical appliances.
In addition to this, grid-tie inverters, also known as grid-interactive or synchronous inverters, synchronize the phase and frequency of the current to fit the utility grid (nominally 60Hz). The output voltage is also adjusted slightly higher than the grid voltage in order for excess electricity to flow outwards to the grid.
Micro-Inverters
Micro-inverters go on the back of each solar panel, as opposed to one central inverter that typically takes on the entire solar array.
There has recently been a lot of debate on whether micro-inverters are better than central (string) inverters.
Micro-inverters are certainly more expensive, but in many cases yield higher efficiency rates. Homeowners who are suspect to shading issues should definitely look into if micro-inverters are better in their situation.

 

Power Meter
Most homeowners will need to replace their current power meter with one that is compatible with net metering. This device, often called a net meter or a two-way meter, is capable of measuring power going in both directions, from the grid to your house and vice versa.
You should consult with your local utility company and see what net metering options you have. In some places, the utility company issues a power meter for free and pay full price for the electricity you generate; however, this is not always the case.
Off-Grid Solar Systems
An off-grid solar system (off-the-grid, standalone) is the obvious alternative to one that is grid-tied. For homeowners that have access to the grid, off-grid solar systems are usually out of question. Here`s why:
To ensure access to electricity at all times, off-grid solar systems require battery storage and a backup generator (if you live off-the-grid). On top of this, a battery bank typically needs to be replaced after 10 years. Batteries are complicated, expensive and decrease overall system efficiency.

Advantages of Off-Grid Solar Systems
1. No access to the utility grid
Off-grid solar systems can be cheaper than extending power lines in certain remote areas.
Consider off-gird if you’re more than 100 yards from the grid. The costs of overhead transmission lines range from $174,000 per mile (for rural construction) to $11,000,000 per mile (for urban construction).[2]
2. Become energy self-sufficient
Living off the grid and being self-sufficient feels good. For some people, this feeling feeling is worth more than saving money. Energy self-sufficiency is also a form of security. Power failures on the utility grid do not affect off-grid solar systems.
On the flip side, batteries can only store a certain amount of energy, and during cloudy times, being connected to the grid is actually where the security is. You should install a backup generator to be prepared for these kinds of situations.
Equipment for Off-Grid Solar Systems
Typical off-grid solar systems require the following extra components:
Solar Charge Controller
Battery Bank
DC Disconnect (additional)
Off-Grid Inverter
Backup Generator (optional)
Solar Charge Controller
Solar charge controllers are also known as charge regulators or just battery regulators. The last term is probably the best to describe what this device actually does: Solar battery chargers limit the rate of current being delivered to the battery bank and protect the batteries from overcharging.
Good charge controllers are crucial for keeping the batteries healthy, which ensures the lifetime of a battery bank is maximized. If you have a battery-based inverter, chances are that the charge controller is integrated.
Battery Bank
Without a battery bank (or a generator) it’ll be lights out by sunset. A battery bank is essentially a group of batteries wired together.
DC Disconnect Switch
AC and DC safety disconnects are required for all solar systems. For off-grid solar systems, one additional DC disconnect is installed between the battery bank and the off-grid inverter. It is used to switch off the current flowing between these components. This is important for maintenance, troubleshooting and protection against electrical fires.
Off-Grid Inverter
There`s no need for an inverter if you`re only setting up solar panels for your boat, your RV, or something else that runs on DC current. You will need an inverter to convert DC to AC for all other electrical appliances.
Off-grid inverters do not have to match phase with the utility sine wave as opposed to grid-tie inverters. Electrical current flows from the solar panels through the solar charge controller and the bank battery bank before it is finally converted into AC by the off-grid-inverter.
Backup Generator
It takes a lot of money and big batteries to prepare for several consecutive days without the sun shining (or access to the grid). This is where backup generators come in.
In most cases, installing a backup generator that runs on diesel is a better choice than investing in an oversized battery bank that seldom gets to operate at it`s full potential. Generators can run on propane, petroleum, gasoline and many other fuel types.
Backup generators typically output AC, which can be sent through the inverter for direct use, or it can be converted into DC for battery storage.
Hybrid Solar Systems
Hybrid solar systems combines the best from grid-tied and off-grid solar systems. These systems can either be described as off-grid solar with utility backup power, or grid-tied solar with extra battery storage.
If you own a grid-tied solar system and drive a vehicle that runs on electricity, you already kind of have a hybrid setup. The electrical vehicle is really just a battery with wheels.

 


Advantages of Hybrid Solar Systems
1. Less expensive than off-gird solar systems
Hybrid solar systems are less expensive than off-grid solar systems. You don`t really need a backup generator, and the capacity of your battery bank can be downsized. Off-peak electricity from the utility company is cheaper than diesel.
2. Smart solar holds a lot of promise
The introduction of hybrid solar systems has opened up for many interesting innovations. New inverters let homeowners take advantage of changes in the utility electricity rates throughout the day.
Solar panels happen to output the most electrical power at noon – not long before the price of electricity peaks. Your home and electrical vehicle can be programmed to consume power during off-peak hours (or from your solar panels).
Consequently, you can temporarily store whatever excess electricity your solar panels in batteries, and put it on the utility grid when you are paid the most for every kWh.
Smart solar holds a lot of promise. The concept will become increasingly important as we transition towards the smart grid in the coming years.

Equipment for Hybrid Solar Systems
Typical hybrid solar systems are based on the following additional components:
Charge Controller
Battery Bank
DC Disconnect (additional)
Battery-Based Grid-Tie Inverter
Power Meter

Battery-Based Grid-Tie Inverter
Hybrid solar systems utilize batter-based grid-tie inverters. These devices combine can draw electrical power to and from battery banks, as well as synchronize with the utility grid.
The bottom line is this: Right now, for the vast majority of homeowners, tapping the utility grid for electricity and energy storage is significantly cheaper and more practical than using battery banks and/or backup generators.

   

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On Grid and Off Grid Explained

On Grid – Save Money

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All on grid systems worldwide require a working grid connection to function. In case of a powercut, the system will not function for safety reasons.


On Grid Plus – Save Money + Power Cut Protection

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This is on grid but with the benefit of battery backup to protect against power cuts. During a power cut you have power in the batteries sufficient to run a cut-down list of the appliances in your house for a period of time.


Off Grid – Power Anywhere anytime!

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Off Grid systems are for places with no possible connection to the grid.

 

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Seraphim Attended Symposium on New Testing Standards of Solar Module and Materials organized by TÜV SÜD

12 July 2016

Recently, as one of the first companies applying the new testing standards, Seraphim was invited to the symposium on new standards of solar module and materials organized by TÜV SÜD. TÜV SÜD is a worldwide professional 3rd-party testing body, and...

Seraphim Solar Launches Higher Efficiency Module "Eclipse" Globally

Seraphim Solar Launches Higher Efficiency Module "Eclipse" Globally

03 June 2016

JACKSON, Miss., March 1, 2016 -- Seraphim Solar USA Manufacturing, Inc. (hereafter referred to as "Seraphim"), is proud to introduce our new high efficiency module the "Eclipse" to the global market. The product will be launched at PV Expo in...

Nanomaterials could double efficiency of solar cells by converting waste heat into usable energy

Nanomaterials could double efficiency of solar cells by converting waste heat into usable energy

31 May 2016

An experimental solar cell created by MIT researchers could massively increase the amount of power generated by a given area of panels, while simultaneously reducing the amount of waste heat. Even better, it sounds super cool when scientists talk about...

Trina Solar begins module production in Thailand

Trina Solar begins module production in Thailand

01 May 2016

The world’s largest PV maker has also signed $143 million in financing agreements for the factory in Rayong, Thailand.Trina Solar reports that it has begun production at its PV cell and module factory in Rayong Thailand, which has the capacity...

SMA unveils high voltage Tesla storage system

SMA unveils high voltage Tesla storage system

17 March 2016

German solar inverter giant SMA has unveiled its new Sunny Boy Storage 2.5 inverter, which can be coupled with Tesla’s PowerWall. SMA says that its AC coupled unit cuts Sunny Boy storage power electronic costs by half. Last week SMA...

Solar rooftops, electric vehicles okayed

Solar rooftops, electric vehicles okayed

16 March 2016

The government has approved a plan to allow houses and factories to generate a combined 100 megawatts of power from solar rooftops. The go-ahead will help reduce the government’s burden in electricity generation, while houses and factories will be able...

Private firms can develop solar rooftops

Private firms can develop solar rooftops

28 February 2016

Energy policymakers plan to give the private sector better access to the state solar rooftop programme in a bid to promote the use of solar power. The programme for businesses will be liberalised, allowing private companies to apply for solar...

High-Tech Homes Go Off-Grid With Solar and Hydrogen Power

High-Tech Homes Go Off-Grid With Solar and Hydrogen Power

25 January 2016

All-day energy from the sun may sound like a green fantasy, but a team of builders and engineers in Thailand believe they may have built a home energy system that does just that. The Phi Suea House, the brainchild of...

Solar rooftop policy more enlightened

Solar rooftop policy more enlightened

12 November 2015

Nov 7 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Yuthana Praiwan Bangkok Post, Thailand The Energy Policy and Planning Office (Eppo) will liberalise solar rooftop regulations for houses and other buildings to allow operators to sell an unlimited amount of electricity...

Tesla batteries: Elon Musk reveals house power of the future – The Powerwall

Tesla batteries: Elon Musk reveals house power of the future – The Powerwall

04 May 2015

US electric carmaker Tesla Motors has unveiled batteries that can power homes and businesses as it attempts to expand beyond its vehicle business.Chief executive Elon Musk announced the firm would build batteries that store solar energy and serve as a...

Thailand pushes Solar with new Feed in Tariffes (FiT)

Thailand pushes Solar with new Feed in Tariffes (FiT)

19 February 2015

The military regime in Thailand is reviving the ambitions of the country in solar power development. The new policies announced are aiming to reach the country’s target of 3,000 MW of installed solar capacity by the end of 2015 already...

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