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Andor Technology has announced the launch of the iKon-M PV Inspector, a dedicated CCD camera for in-line electroluminescence and photoluminescence of photovoltaic cells.
[Inside Greentech] Texas Instruments announced the industry’s first floating point digital signal controllers (DSCs) — devices which it says should boost the performance of solar power inverters. The new TMS320F2833x chips provide 300 million floating point instructions per second (MFLOPS) performance at 150 MHz. The performance boost allows solar power inverters to more efficiently convert energy from photovoltaic (PV) panels, […]
The Australian government is supporting a process that may drop the price of solar energy.
Plextronics has received $750,000 in funding from the Sustainable Energy Fund (SEF) of Central Eastern Pennsylvania to further development of Plexcore PV technology for organic solar cells.
Solarmer Energy says it has set a new record for plastic solar cell efficiency (7.6%), certified by Newport Corp.'s Technology and Applications Center's PV lab.
The world's first Titania Dye Solar Cell factory plans to start selling solar wall panels and tiles commercially in November.
Solar Dynamics, Inc., a manufacturer of portable solar power systems for remote, off-grid applications, has introduced the SDI-TC line of thin-film solar modules for trickle charging batteries and powering hand held electronic devices.
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation and Prism Solar Technologies of Highland, N.Y. announced that they are collaborating in a three-year, $190,000 R&D project to test the effectiveness of solar panels using Prism Solar's holographic film.
Envirosight LLC announces availability of a new version of its patented QuickView pipeline zoom inspection camera.
Shell Solar, a producer and marketer of photovoltaic cells, panels and systems, will supply 2,400 CIS (copper, indium, selenium) thin film photovoltaic modules to a construction project in St. Asaph, North Wales, United Kingdom.