HeliaSol transforms buildings into clean solar power plants for green electricity generation. This ready-to-use solution can be used on various building surfaces. The solar film has an integrated backside adhesive, which means that it can be easily glued on the surface and can be connected and used immediately due to the integrated connection cables.

Next generation solar+storage solution to address the growing segment of larger residential hybrid PV installations across Europe

Novel approach to PV inverter design to decrease size, weight, and increase efficiencies of larger PV systems

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Sunrock Distributed Generation (“Sunrock”), a commercial solar and clean energy development and management platform, and Watthub Renewables (“Watthub”), a nationwide commercial solar installer, have announced the completion of a 280kW rooftop solar installation on the Palm Valley Church in Goodyear, Arizona.

Qcells, one of the world’s leading clean energy companies, and Lumet, producer of ultrafine-line metallization systems, today announced that Qcells will become the world’s first PV solar company to deploy Lumet’s disruptive fine-line metallization technology for its PV solar cell lines. Qcells currently operates the largest solar module factory of its kind in the United States and has announced the largest investment in U.S. solar history to build a complete and sustainable solar supply chain in America.

Following news of rising energy costs caused by French grid limitations, an energy solutions provider is urging energy intensive industries in the region to consider moving to decentralised models to mitigate rising costs and resilience issues.

DREWSEN SPEZIALPAPIERE is determined to continue its course towards CO2-neutral paper production. As part of its multistage transformation concept, the company is aiming to achieve 80% climate neutrality by 2030. The focus here is on expanding renewable energies whilst simultaneously improving energy efficiency.

Since moving to self-consumption with solar, Granulati Basaltici has cut its monthly energy bill from €50,000 per month to €27,000 – equating to annual savings of approximately €275,000.

Leveraging innovative power optimizer technology to produce even more energy, the company is estimated to achieve a ROI on its solar installation in just five years.
Further expansion of the solar plant planned, providing a ‘second life’ for the quarry once its basalt reserves run out in 2035.

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