In-Roof System Easy-In receives MCS Certification in Great Britain

Dresden - SOLARWATT's in-roof system Easy-In has been awarded MCS Certification (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) for the British market. The quality seal is an internationally recognized and independent certificate issued by the British examination office BBA (British Board of Agrement) for excellent product quality and safety.

Asoka Launches First Solution for Residential Solar Power Systems Using Power Lines for Data Logging

Santa Clara - Asoka Corporation, a pioneer in powerline communication (PLC) hardware, software and cloud Digital Living ServicesTM, today announced SolarLink, the first residential solar solution that uses existing in-home electrical wiring for system data logging and remote monitoring.

Sanyo Hit becomes Panasonic Hit

The modules will then be known as Panasonic Hit. In Asia the whole solar arm will already move over to Panasonic on 1st January 2012, while in Europe, the USA and Canada the change will occur for the start of the new financial year on 1st April 2012. Panasonic took over a majority holding of Sanyo at the end of 2009.

REA tells Huhne: Legal wrangles must not jeopardise future of the FITs scheme

As DECC confirms the FIT budget is already committed, the REA and its members express concerns about the implications of the ongoing solar FITs legal battle

Sungrow Inverters Land the US Market

Recently, 30 sets of SunAccess 100kW inverters (for North America) were delivered from the Sungrow Production Base to the United States, indicating the successful delivery of Sungrow 3MW PV inverters for the American market. Sungrow has made great progress in entering the PV market of the United States and accelerates the launching of Sungrow products to North America.

Polyera poised to enable windows that act as solar panels

Chicago - Polyera Corporation has achieved a certified world-record 9.1% efficient polymer/fullerene organic solar cell in an inverted bulk heterojunction architecture using its newest proprietary ActivInk PV2000 semiconductor material.

World Biggest Tracking Project Using NexPower Thin Film

In Gujarat, India, a 5MW ground-mounted utility project was completed by using NexPower NT145AX thin film modules before the end of last year. This project is recorded as one of the world biggest solar projects using the thin film technology with a tracking system.