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Solar power: bright forecast

SCADA helps prove viability of thermodynamic solar power



EMC filters for solar applications

CP Automation now distributes and fits Roxburgh EMC’s high performance three-phase filter range



‘Gender change’ connectors

Sockets are finished in nickel plate and a socket sealing cover is available to prevent the ingress of dus



High speed USB

Latest addition to Cliff Electronics range of XLR format feed-through data connectors



Solar power: Morocco blazes ahead

Boris Sedacca reports on how Morocco is blazing ahead with concentrated solar power



Solar scheme makes a splash

Europe’s biggest floating solar panel project charges ahead in London



Feed-through connectors

Allows standard cabling to be used to connect at both front and rear of control panels, eliminating the need to solder or terminate connections



Storage advance may boost solar thermal energy potential

Advance based on thermochemical storage, in which chemical transformation is used in repeated cycles to hold heat, drive turbines, and then be re-heated to continue the cycle



Compact HMI with advanced functionality

Display has the ability to display more than 65,000 colours, bringing new levels of realism to screen elements for enhanced usability



Solar power: pricing shines light on new business opportunities

Creates jobs while preserving existing energy reserves in United Arab Emirates



Solar power in the Middle East

Despite the fall in oil prices, investment in solar power in the Middle East is expected to reach a new peak in 2015. Sean Ottewell reports



Soak up the solar energy

Non-toxic thermal fluid makes solar energy more efficient; also boasts low flammability, making solar applications safer



Solar PV plant installed on rooftop

Plant has about 1,000 solar panels and capacity of 300kW; will lead to the reduction of the commercial facility’s energy bill by up to 18%



Arc fault detection device prevents smouldering fires

Arcing faults are a particularly high risk in solar power systems



Linking Norwegian and German power grids

First ever power interconnector between Norway and Germany will be Nexans’ largest subsea power cable contract to date



Lower oil price will not stop rise of solar photovoltaic

Frost & Sullivan publishes its new Annual Global Power and Energy Outlook



Solar pump makes most of water resources in Africa

Sun-Sub submersible pump system is located on the banks of the Mereb River in Eritrea



Quantification of pulsed solar simulators

The SR-1901PT is suitable for classifying pulsed solar simulators in PV manufacturing



New high current PV connector

Power losses minimised with new solution from Multi-Contact



Scientists develop pioneering new spray-on solar cells

Perovskite is a promising new material for solar cells, combing high efficiency with low materials costs



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