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Solar Digest Newsletter Issue 61 April 2014

Welcome to Issue 61 of the solar digest e-newsletter.

Featured Company:

Doepke UK Ltd ► Doepke UK Ltd

With over 57 years experience in the development and manufacture of residual current circuit breakers, Doepke have established a reputation as a specialist in residual current protection, and their RCCB product range is today the most comprehensive in the world with over 4000 variations manufactured in Germany.


Jaguar Land Rover Installs UK's Largest Rooftop Solar Panel Array

Jaguar Land Rover has completed the installation of the UK’s largest rooftop solar panel array at its new state-of-the art Engine Manufacturing Centre at i54 South Staffordshire.

Graph ► DECC FIT Solar PV Installations Week Ending 30th March 2014

There were 6,035 sub 50 kW PV installations registered during the week ending 30th March 2014

 ► IPVEA to Study Global Solar PV Supply Chain

The International Photovoltaic Equipment Association (IPVEA) has announced a new initiative – “IPVEA study on optimizing the worldwide solar PV supply chain” – to maximize the potential for PV commerce in all corners of the world.

Hosola Appoints Moss Electrical As Sole UK Distributor

Moss Electrical has recently been appointed sole distributor to the UK and Ireland by Suzhou Hosola New Energy Co Ltd, a Chinese manufacturer of Solar Inverters.

Lightsource Invests in Utility Scale Power Plant

Renewable energy company Lightsource has this month invested in a ground-mounted photovoltaic power plant, which boasts a capacity of 8.4MWp, approximately 40 miles from Bristol.

Trina Solar Announces New High-Efficiency Honey Ultra Module

Trina Solar has announced that its State Key Laboratory of PV Science and Technology has developed a new high-efficiency Honey Ultra solar module.

Solar Strategy Welcomed by TGE Group

Commercial and industrial rooftop solar PV received a welcome boost from DECC with the announcement of a new Solar Strategy for the UK, shifting the focus from solar farms to an estimated 250 hectares of commercial rooftops.

Flexible Solar Building Elements Open New Doors for Architects

The ambitious EU project SmartFlex is now underway. Its objective is to demonstrate how photovoltaic building elements can be individually designed and then manufactured on an industrial scale, all at the click of a button.

Conergy Completes 39 MW of New Solar Plants for Primrose Solar

Conergy has announced the on-time completion of a portfolio of four solar farms in the UK totaling 39MW in installed capacity.


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