energy generation

Airports A Better Option Than Households for Rooftop Solar- RMIT University Study

According to a recent study by RMIT University (The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) , if Australian government-owned airports had large-scale rooftop solar systems installed, they could produce enough electricity to power 136,000 homes. That makes airports a far more attractive and effective prospects for rooftop solar, than a campaign targeting households. Researchers at RMIT […]

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Mono vs Poly – A climatic study in cold zones

The first part of the article “Mono vs Poly – An introspective simulation study” introduced the types of crystalline technology, the need for this study, the methodology we followed and detailed discussion of 4 climatic zones. This part would educate the readers on the results of the remaining two climactic zones. Further, it would also […]

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SolarEdge Launches Grid Services, Virtual Power Plant Solution

It’s grid services offer aggregative control and data reporting enabling the pooling of PV and storage in the cloud for the creation of virtual power plants. Israel-based inverter solutions provider SolarEdge Technologies has launched an innovative solution for grid services and virtual power plants. The solution supports a new model of energy generation. It’s grid […]

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