SolarPower Europe has today published our “Regulatory asks on solar and digitalisation” to ensure that policy-makers support the transition to a fully digitalisation solar offering. Thanks to the whole team for this pioneering document.
Digitalización del mundo energético: 5 consideraciones sobre el futuro significado de la energía fotovoltaica
El sector energético se encuentra ante un gran cambio: con la digitalización surgen modelos de negocio completamente nuevos. Qué papel desempeña en este contexto la energía fotovoltaica?
We all know how important it is to push renewables – and to use the sun as one source of free energy. But have you even been ask by a child how all this works? How sunlight is used to gain clean energy? Well, our colleagues from SMA UK might have produced something that’ll help you explain the benefits of solar energy – in a cute little book that uses terms even your children will understand.
Solar panels that you can drive, park, and walk on. They melt snow and… cut greenhouse gases by 75-percent?!!!
Check this inspiring video and tell us what you think! Is this the future of mobility?
These are the top stories you can’t miss in October:
1. The 7 Reasons Why The Solar Revolution Took Off
Solar is up 700% since 2001. Fossil fuels and nuclear barely even register. Reason enough to chronicle how solar has been able to explode in the past decade.
Read this interesting Business Insider article to learn about the rise of solar.
Solar has become the new norm and can be seen on rooftops and in large-scale commercial projects all over the world. It has become a key component in many fascinating projects that might give us a sneak peak at what the future holds. Here we’ll introduce five interesting solar projects that push the boundaries of technology.
In times of feed-in tariff cuts, there are many prophecies of doom for solar. Companies in different countries around the world have gone bankrupt and have had to shut down their factories. Reason enough for many to believe that the end is near. Not quite. Yes, in 2012 as the industry began consolidating, PV production recorded its first annual drop. But because demand continues to rise this contraction will be short-lived. Global solar developments show that this industry is far from finished but that the journey has only just begun.