photovoltaic solar radiation News

  • Analyzing Solar Power Technologies

    Analyzing Solar Power Technologies  Solar Power Technologies Market  The solar PV market has been booming over the last years and is forecasted to confirm this ...


  • 3000W solar power water pump

    3000W solar power water pump is design for irrigation, 3000W solar power water pump is consist of 3000watt 380V three phase deep pump,3000watt solar pump inverter, and 4500 solar panel, the head l ...

  • 750W solar water pump for fountains

    This type of 750W solar water pump is designed for fountains, so called “solar water pump”.750W solar submersible pump is consist of 750W/380V three phase deep water pump,1000watt  ...

  • Solar Outlook Shines as Germany's Nuclear Tolerance Fades

    After being marred by uncertainty for most of 2011, solar stocks have been on the upswing in recent weeks as Japan's tragic nuclear crisis has led investors away from nuclear stocks and towards alternative energy plays such as solar. The Bedford Report examines investing opportunities in the Solar Industry and provides research reports on Hanwha SolarOne Co. (NASDAQ: HSOL) and Energy Conversion ...


  • Evergreen and Trina Likely Beneficiaries of Renewed Solar Support

    After being marred by uncertainty for most of 2011, solar stocks have been on the upswing in recent weeks as Japan's tragic nuclear crisis has led investors away from nuclear stocks and towards alternative energy plays such as solar. The Bedford Report examines investing opportunities in the Solar Industry and provides research reports on Evergreen Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: ESLR) and Trina Solar ...


  • Solar system designed for water treatment or desalination - Desalination & Water Reuse

    Switzerland's Trunz Water Systems has developed a modular solar-power system which can supply energy as a stand-alone system or in combination with a Trunz water treatment or desalination plant. Trunz Solar Power Center is based on the latest developments in photovoltaic technology and incorporates high quality components which work under harshest climatic conditions (heat and high air humidity). ...


    By Trunz Water Systems AG

  • Germany’s solar subsidy amendments switch demand from fields to roofs

    Germany’s upper house of parliament took the decision last week to back some key changes to solar power subsidies, making private dwelling rooftop solar power systems far more attractive this summer. Last May, the German coalition government had proposed cuts of 16% in the so-called feed-in tariffs offered for such rooftop solar panels.  They included plans ...


  • Molten Salt Solar Energy Thermal Storage and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares 2010 to 2016 Now Available on ReportsandReports

    Dallas, TX: ReportsandReports announce it Will Molten Salt Solar Energy Thermal Storage and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Research Report in its Store. ...


  • Reduce CO2 Emissions, Increase Electric Vehicle Range with Saflex® S Series Advanced Solar Interlayer

    Solutia Inc. (NYSE: SOA) the world's leading producer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayers for laminated glass, today announced the commercial availability of its new Saflex® S Series Interlayer for automotive applications.  In addition to providing traditional safety benefits of automotive ...


    By Eastman Chemical Company

  • Scientists let the sun shine in at Lauder

    Scientists based at NIWA’s research station in Central Otago are undertaking a new set of experiments to determine how the atmosphere affects the performance of solar panels. The station at Lauder, 35km from Alexandra, is having photovoltaic panels installed that will be capable of generating 18KW of electricity at their peak – almost enough to power the huge array of specialist ...

  • Lufft announces new weather sensors WS510- and WS700-UMB

    At the end of this year, the German measurement and control technology company Lufft launches two new smart weather sensors on the market. Thereby, Lufft enhances its portfolio and completes the WS-family with the sensors WS510-UMB and WS700-UMB. With the development of the new measurement sensors, Lufft penetrates into the solar market and responds to the needs of its clients worldwide ...

  • Durably Catching Rays

    ASTM International has published a new standard that provides an important test for photovoltaic equipment used to generate solar energy. The standard (E3006, Practice for Ultraviolet Conditioning of Photovoltaic Modules or Mini-Modules Using a Fluorescent Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp Apparatus) is used to identify materials that degrade quickly ...


    By ASTM International

  • Lufft Compact weather sensor with Secondary Standard to revolutionize PV-Monitoring

    As of now the Compact weather sensor from Lufft WS510-UMB, equipped with a Kipp & Zonen pyranometer of the secondary standards, unites the precision of a variety of meteorological individual sensors in a single all-in-one device for the first time. The sensor is simply installed with only one cable, this means a measurable lower effort of installation and maintenance as well as significantly ...

  • Calculate Direct-Normal Irradiance (DNI) with the SPN1 Sunshine Pyranometer

    Photovoltaic developers and triallists find the SPN1 Sunshine Pyranometer a valuable tool for research and for performance validation. When making PV investments, it is essential to identify the best locations. An SPN1 can be used to quantify the available global and diffuse radiation at ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • IEC 61724-1: Conforming and exceeding the standard

    2018 looks to be another booming year for installed solar power sites around the world. In addition to traditional major markets in Europe, China, and the United States, emerging countries in the Americas and Middle East look to big movers as the install larger projects. As solar power plants have increased in size and numbers, new standards were needed to help a fast-changing industry. During ...


    By EKO Instruments

  • How sustainable is renewably powered desalination?

    Desalination technologies could help alleviate water shortages, but they need to have low environmental impact. A new life-cycle analysis of desalination options for water supply in off-grid areas indicates that a photovoltaic-powered reverse osmosis system has the least environmental impact of the three technologies considered by the study. An increased use of technologies to remove salt ...

  • Weather Monitoring for Conservation at Fish Barrier

    Migration of the invasive Asian Carp through the Mississippi River system into the Great Lakes has the potential to devastate native fisheries throughout the region. Smith-Root, an environmental engineering firm, has developed a proprietary technology for an electric fish barrier to prevent such migration. Their technology uses the most efficient electric field pattern for guiding the fish with ...

  • Next Alternative Affiliate Receives Major Grant for Continued Research of Nano-Technology

    Robert Ireland, CEO of Next Alternative, Inc. (NAI) (FRANKFURT: N4H), is pleased to announce that Dr. Omar Ramahi, a Professor at Waterloo University who is working with the firm's chemists, has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). The grant is specifically for harvesting electromagnetic energy in the ...


  • Introducing the new hand-held display unit: METEON

    The latest addition to the Kipp & Zonen product portfolio, METEON is primarily intended to display real-time radiation values in Watt per square meter or PAR in micro Moll per square meter per second. The integrated data logging function and can store up to 3500 samples. It stores minimum, maximum and average values per logging interval. The light weight, small size and long battery life make it ...


    By Kipp & Zonen

  • Cities setting standards in eco-innovation - Curitiba, Brazil

    Eco-innovation is usually applied to products, not cities. Yet the planning achievements of Curitiba and other cities can indeed be considered eco- innovations. Most people today live in urban areas, and this migration is set to continue. Local authorities are confronted with the harsh realities of environmental problems as the environmental footprints of cities rise. Also inhabitants are ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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