Solar panel self-cleaning system debuts

King’s New Energy Co. (KNE), solar mounting system manufacturer, will launch an Automatic Cleaning System for solar panels at Intersolar North America 2011.

July 11, 2011 – PRNewswire — King’s New Energy Co., Ltd. (KNE), solar mounting system manufacturer, will launch an Automatic Cleaning System for solar panels at Intersolar North America 2011.  

The wireless water and wiper-based self-cleaning system is integrated with the solar panel frame, allowing use with new or existing solar panel installations. The product removes dust, dirt, and pollutants from solar panel surfaces. A digital timer allows customers to preset cleaning intervals.  

KNE is promoting the product as a way to eliminate human labor from solar panel cleaning, increasing the panel’s exposure to sunlight without adding labor costs.

KNE will also showcase mounting systems, including bevel roof brackets, flat roof and ground brackets, and solar panel frames at Intersolar North America 2011, booth 7664.

KNE (King’s New Energy Co., Ltd.) designs and manufactures products to increase the efficiency and savings potential of renewable energy sources, specializing in the design, production, and distribution of solar mounting systems. Visit KNE’s website at www.ksnewenergy.com

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