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Skilancer Solar Launches Waterless Robots for Rooftop Solar Panels

Skilancer Solar has launched its autonomous waterless robot for the cleaning of small-scale solar power plants installed on residential rooftops. Cleantech startup Skilancer Solar has announced the launch of its autonomous waterless robot for the cleaning of small-scale solar power plants installed on residential rooftops. This product will be an addition to the firms’ portfolio […]

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REC Group wins prestigious Intersolar Award 2020 for its Alpha solar panels

Norway headquartered REC Group, which has its operational headquarters in Singapore, has announced that its flagship REC Alpha solar panel has won the prestigious Intersolar Award 2020 in the “Photovoltaics” category. For the REC Group, this is the second win at Intersolar for the global module maker, after the  REC TwinPeak Series won in 2015. […]

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Panasonic Extends Warranty on Solar Panels to Cover Labour on All Components

Panasonic has expanded its 25-year warranty on solar panels to include labour on all components of the residential solar system, including monitoring and interconnection hardware and racking system. The announcement builds on its recent warranty expansion to cover labour on Enphase microinverters included in Panasonic AC modules. Earlier, only labour for solar panels was covered […]

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Jolywood to Supply Solar Panels for Largest Bifacial Plant in Middle East

Jolywood has been named the exclusive bifacial module supplier for the world’s largest single-unit N-type solar power station in Oman, Middle East. Jolywood (Suzhou) Sunwatt Co has announced that it has been named the exclusive bifacial module supplier for the world’s largest single-unit N-type solar power station in Oman, Middle East. The firm has delivered 105 MWac of solar […]

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Chemist Develops way to Produce new Materials for Solar Panels

A chemist from RUDN University has synthesised new types of optically active materials with the structure of the mineral perovskite used in solar panels A chemist from RUDN University has synthesised new types of optically active materials with the structure of the mineral perovskite. Proposing an environmentally friendly, fast and easily reproducible mechanochemical method, which […]

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A new and Better Method for Removing Dust From Solar Panels

Researchers have shed new light on microscopic forces and mechanisms that can be optimised to remove dust from solar panels to maintain efficiency. Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have shed new light on microscopic forces and mechanisms that can be optimised to remove dust from solar panels to maintain efficiency and light […]

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UN Thankful for India’s Gift of Solar Panels Amid Financial Crisis

The UN is very appreciative of India’s gift of solar panels to it, a spokesperson for the Secretary-General has said, as the organisation faces a severe liquidity crisis The UN is very appreciative of India’s gift of solar panels to it, a spokesperson for the Secretary-General has said, amid suggestions that their energy can be […]

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UN HQ Gets Solar Panels as Goodwill Gift From India

The UN Building in New York will now be powered by solar panels, given as a goodwill gesture by India to promote clean and renewable energy The UN Head Quarters and office in the New York will now be powered by Solar Panels. These installed panels on the roof of the building are a gift […]

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Researchers Devise a Better Method for Harnessing Power from Solar Panels

A team of researchers has developed what they claim to be is a better method for harnessing the volume of energy collected by solar panels. In a new study, conducted by the University of Waterloo, the team of researchers developed an algorithm that increases the efficiency of the solar photovoltaic (PV) system and reduces the […]

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