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Kraus & Naimer develops new switch disconnectors for photovoltaic DC applications
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03/08/15 - Kraus & Naimer presents new DC switch disconnectors for photovoltaic systems designed to provide a safe means of disconnection for solar arrays.
​TRENDFORCE research projects more growth in photovoltaic installations with demand in China surging in Q2 2015.
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14/04/15 - TRENDFORCE research projects more growth in photovoltaic installations with demand in China surging in Q2 2015.
The agreement with Turkey’s Nesli DSC will cover three stages of development and commercialisation – prototype, staged manufacture, and mass manufacture.
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12/01/15 - DYESOL will form a joint venture with a Turkish company to introduce and commercialise its perovskite DSC photovoltaic technology in Turkey.
Larger enterprises in the solar market are more competitive.
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06/01/15 - TAIWAN-based Motech has become one of the largest professional solar cell manufacturers in the world with a 3GW solar cell production capacity.
The jacket has removable solar panels that can generate enough power to recharge mobile phones and tablets.
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09/12/14 - PHOTOVOLTAIC has met fashion, with Tommy Hilfiger and Pvilion working together to release a Solar Powered Jacket.
The breakthrough means more than 40 percent of the sunlight hitting a photovoltaic system is converted into electricity.
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09/12/14 - RESEARCHERS with the Advanced Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics at UNSW have boosted solar conversion efficiency to 40 percent.
Dyesol believes its technology can compete cost-effectively with silicon and other photovoltaic technologies, particularly in low-light environments.
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01/12/14 - AUSTRALIA-based solid state dye solar cell company Dyesol is revising its technology development plan beyond Building Integrated Photovoltaics.
The output power of the solar modules can be further improved by fine-tuning the module assembly process and encapsulation methods.
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24/11/14 - JA Solar says the output power of its solar modules made up of an assembly of 60 multi-crystalline silicon cells has reached a new record of above 280W.
EUROPEAN researchers are collaborating to create large area flexible organic photovoltaic cells.
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27/10/14 - EUROPEAN researchers are collaborating to create large area flexible organic photovoltaic cells.
SILEX Systems has suspended plans for its 100MW Mildura Power Station Project, after a joint review.
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20/08/14 - SILEX Systems has suspended plans for its 100MW Mildura Power Station Project, after a joint review.
The preliminary US determination on anti-dumping and countervailing duties significantly weakened the market for Taiwanese and Chinese PV cells and modules.
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20/08/14 - MARKET analysts say photovoltaic cell and module makers are dropping their prices after the US announced preliminary anti-dumping measures.
The California-based company has been working on a residential battery storage project in Australia.
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07/08/14 - PHOTOVOLTAIC big-player SunPower says it will introduce battery storage into Australia's commercial solar market in 2015.

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