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Deye Releases New Single-Phase LV ESS: A Lightweight, Versatile, Stylish Power Solution

·Max. charging/discharging current of 140A ·AC couple to retrofit existing solar system ·Max. PV input current of 18A, efficient energy conversion ensured ·Lightweight design (17.6-19kg), facilitating easy installation; Ideal for residential applications ·Max. 16 pcs parallel for on-grid and off-grid operation; Support multiple batteries parallel Deye, one of the major players in the global solar inverter market, …

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Intelligent Functions of Deye’s Grid-Tie Inverters

In the world of solar energy, the inverter serves as the ‘brain’ of a PV power station and is the only intelligent component directly connected to the power grid, orchestrating multiple digitalized functions. Today, let’s talk about the intelligent functions of Deye’s grid-connected inverters. Automatic operation and shutdown function After sunrise, the intensity of solar …

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PV commissioning times up by 6 months over past 20 years, claim scientists

Researchers at Switzerland’s ETH Zürich have conducted an extensive analysis on the commissioning timelines of a set of renewable energy projects deployed worldwide between 2005 and 2022 and have found, surprisingly, that completion times increased on average over the past two decades. The academics investigated, in particular, the timelines of 12,475 projects using PV, wind onshore, wind …

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Australia’s energy transition speeds up as rooftop PV records tumble

The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) latest report shows that new records are rapidly being set for the amount of renewable energy, including grid-scale and rooftop solar, being fed into the National Electricity Market (NEM), reducing the reliance on traditional coal-fired generation. AEMO Chief Executive Officer Daniel Westerman said there were moments in time in …

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Solar corporate funding hits decade-long high in 2023

Solar companies raised $34.3 billion in corporate funding last year – the largest amount in a decade, according to Mercom Capital Group’s latest report on funding and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity for the sector. The overall figure accounts for 160 deals and represents a 42% year-on-year increase from 2022, when $24.1 billion was made across 175 …

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New research helps identify optimal cleaning cycle to reduce soiling in MENA region

Researchers led by the German University of Technology in Oman have looked into the effect of dust accumulation on PV systems and claim to have identified an optimal cleaning cycle in economic terms. The scientists have conducted the research on an experimental setup located in an area next to their campus. “The research might be …

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Longi eyes green hydrogen market in India

Longi, which has surpassed more than 7 GW of monocrystalline solar panel shipments to India, now aims to offer green hydrogen solutions. The company is already in talks with developers in India to supply its electrolyzers. It will also provide training and commissioning supervision to EPC partners for hydrogen projects. “Longi considers hydrogen as a new pillar of our business. We …

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