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Gavilan College invests in a combined solar and storage project

It's expected to save the college $12.5 million in energy costs over 30 years

7MW solar power plant for mine in Namibia

Installation will be used to reduce reliance on a heavy fuel oil (HFO) power plant currently used to power the mining facility

Solar power: bright forecast

SCADA helps prove viability of thermodynamic solar power

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Steps to the smart grid

Adrian Kimberley discusses the changing methods of energy generation and the infrastructure investments required to successfully implement these technologies

Robot dispensing systems

System options that can be fully customised for use in the automotive, electronics and solar cells, information technology and multimedia, medical, aerospace, and defence industries

Solar power cable

High mechanical strength is enhanced by irradiation cross-linking of insulation materials

Inrush current limiting NTC thermistors

Thermistors withstand up to 900J of input energy and 50A currents for alternative energy applications

China’s largest 1,500 Volt solar power plant connected to the grid

Power plant has been developed by Sungrow in Datong, Shangxi Province and is currently the largest 1,500 volt solar power plant in China

Solar cell design optimised through enhanced inspection

Digital light microscopy is advancing industrial inspection, and this has now enabled the optimisation of solar cell design

‘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

Make the most of solar panels

Screen cleaning powder can help maximise solar panel efficiency

Future ready: the road to renewable power quality

There are many problems to resolve before industries can fully rely on a consistently sustainable source of power, explains Steve Hughes

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

Heat transfer: the more, the merrier

Annual or bi-annual testing on mineral-based thermal fluids is inadequate when maintaining a healthy heat transfer system

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