.:: menu ::. .:: subscribe ::. .:: equipment ::. "Solar Home" company .:: books ::.

Рhotovoltaic / Renewable energy

Эта страница на русском здесь
2009 August, 7

Key chemical and physical hazards in PV R&D/manufacturing

Photovoltaic (PV) technologies have experienced significant improvements in efficiency and greater consumer demand, resulting in many more product alternatives and applications than ever before. Newer alternatives to standard crystalline silic ... More... >>

2012 February, 13

Think Ink for Increased Efficiency

One dollar per watt: that's the mark the solar industry is hoping to hit in order to become cost-competitive with conventional energies. In a bid to reach this magic number in the next two years, various Asian manufacturers are striving to ... More... >>

2012 February, 13

Smart PV Inverter Benefits for Utilities

Utilities nationwide are currently mandated to install a base of 6.8 GW of PV by 2020. However, many utilities are embracing renewable energy portfolios for many reasons beyond the state mandates. As we roll out the supply side of the Smart ... More... >>

2012 February, 13

c-Si, Thin Films Vie for Solar Cell Market

As the solar energy market continues to grow, crystalline silicon (c-Si) and thin film materials have emerged as leaders in building the most efficient solar panels at the lowest cost. Each of these material systems demonstrated future grow ... More... >>

2010 September, 25

What thin-film PV has in common with Mark Twain

September 17, 2010 - When asked by a reporter about his illness, poverty, and possible upcoming death, Mark Twain replied: "James Ross Clemens, of St. Louis, a cousin of mine, was seriously ill two or three weeks ago in London, but is well ... More... >>

2010 September, 25

Inverter technology drives lower solar costs

Distributed architecture is a leap forward for inverter technology with continued advances expected to drive lower installation and maintenance costs. Solar power is poised to go mainstream in North America. In the U.S.—the world&rs ... More... >>

2007 December, 30

A Solar Grand Plan

Scientific American Magazine - December 16, 2007 By 2050 solar power could end U.S. dependence on foreign oil and slash greenhouse gas emissions By Ken Zweibel, James Mason and Vasilis Fthenakis DisplayAds("Right1"); ... More... >>

2007 June, 1

Amtrak, Solar Cost Comparisons & the 2-4x Myth

On board an Amtrak train returning from New York recently, I thought about the state of funding for the rail service and the conundrum Amtrak management finds itself in every budget cycle. During the federal appropriation process there is a cry from ... More... >>

.:: news ::.
Renewable Energy application in Russia and CIS
Solar energy center INTERSOLARCENTER
18, 10-th Parkovaya, Moscow, Russia.
Tel.: +7 (499) 7489072
© 1998-2007 InterSolarCenter