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IdeemaTec Selected For IUSASol safeTrack Installation in Mexico

By WoR Network Editor Wallerfing, Germany, 15 April 2015 – Advanced PV Tracker Technology used ...

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IdeemaTec Selected For IUSASol safeTrack Installation in Mexico

By WoR Network Editor Wallerfing, Germany, 15 April 2015 – Advanced PV Tracker Technology used ...

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Sungrow PV Grid-Connected Inverters 2015~2016

By WoR Network Editor Sungrow are the second largest PV inverter manufacturer in the world ...

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Sungrow PV Grid-Connected Inverters 2015~2016

By WoR Network Editor Sungrow are the second largest PV inverter manufacturer in the world ...

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Ransom Wood Business Park becomes self-sustaining with power from its own three acre Solar Farm Park

By WoR Network Editor Dr. Patrick Candler, CEO of Sherwood Forest Trust today threw the ...

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Wallerfing, Germany, 15 April 2015 – Advanced PV Tracker Technology used for 21 MW near Mexico City SafeTrack Horizon solar tracker technology by IdeemaTec Deutschland GmbH, Germany's leader in solar tracking, has been selected for the expansion of IUSASol's photovoltaic farms in Pasteje, outside of Jocotitlán, in the State of Mexico, that have just been finished with Ideematec technology. A 15 MW and a 4 MW array will be added to the now complete 1 MW plant at Pasteje and the nearby 1 MW plant in Hureje, according to Joachim Wagner, the Director of Sales Americas for Wallerfing, Bavaria-based IdeemaTec. IdeemaTec is providing Read More >>
Tue, Apr 28, 2015, Continue reading at the source
Sungrow are the second largest PV inverter manufacturer in the world with 18 years+ experience in the PV industry. With over 12GW already deployed globally, Sungrow are the most requested Chinese PV inverter brand world-wide. The post Sungrow PV Grid-Connected Inverters 2015~2016 appeared first on World Of Inverters. Read More >>
Mon, Apr 27, 2015, Continue reading at the source
Dr. Patrick Candler, CEO of Sherwood Forest Trust today threw the virtual switch to officially open a brand new three acre Solar Panel Farm at Ransom Wood Business Park in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire on Earth Day 2015 – making it, what is thought to be, the UK's only self-sustaining business park when it comes to power supply. The event celebrated a landmark occasion for Ransom Wood Business Park as it moved closer toward its aim of becoming a world-class centre of renown for synchronous business and environmental management. The new Solar Farm has over 2,000 photo voltaic panels that will be able to Read More >>
Mon, Apr 27, 2015, Continue reading at the source
ENER-G has turned up the heat on the anaerobic digestion market by launching a new sub 200kwth CHP unit that maximises financial returns on both the highest rate Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Feed in Tariffs (FIT). This will help to stem the shortfall from FIT digression following the 20% reduction in FIT rates last year and ongoing tariff reductions. ENER-G says that its new biogas CHP technology makes small scale anaerobic digestion viable for a wider customer base, particularly smaller farms and dairies, as well as industrial processors. The new ENER-G E200 biogas CHP unit provides a thermal output of 195kWth Read More >>
Mon, Apr 27, 2015, Continue reading at the source
The power conversion unit of General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) will supply 94 MW of inverters for the 231-MW Setouchi Kirei solar project in Japan in which the US conglomerate holds a majority stake.GE said in a statement on Tuesday its subsidiary will deliver 94 units of the 1-MW Brilliance solar inverter and its SunIQ platform for the USD-1.1-billion (EUR 1m) project owned by special purpose vehicle Setouchi Future Creations LLC. The company has also entered into a contract to maintain the inverters over a 20-year period.The solar park will be built on a former salt field in the city of Read More >>
Fri, Apr 24, 2015, Continue reading at the source