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Solar Digest Newsletter Issue 65

Welcome to Issue 65 of the solar digest e-newsletter.

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  Push-in Fuse Terminal Block for PV Applications from Phoenix Contact

The compact PT 10,3-HESI fuse terminal blocks with 10 mm² push-in connection from Phoenix Contact have a nominal voltage of 1000 V.

Major Investment In Solar Panels Makes Environmental Impact

Northumbria University has taken significant steps to increase its use of solar energy to help reduce its carbon emissions.

Lightsource Begins Work on Europe’s Largest Floating Solar Project

Europe’s biggest ever floating solar panel array is being installed by Lightsource Renewable Energy on London’s Queen Elizabeth II reservoir.

STA Template Agreement Aims To Boost Confidence in Solar ‘maintenance and repair’ Market

What do you do if your solar PV or solar thermal system stops working? As with all electrical and heating systems, things can occasionally go wrong and components wear out.

SolarEdge’s StorEdge™ solution IS Now Available

SolarEdge Technologies, a global leader in PV inverters, power optimizers, and module-level monitoring services, announced the immediate international availability of its StorEdge™ solution.


Panasonic Enables Homeowners to Discover Benefits of Going Solar

Panasonic Eco Solutions have announced a partnership with cloud platform provider ezzingSolar to deliver a new, digital solar simulation to European homeowners.


Oldham Tommyfield Market Hall Goes Solar

Oldham Council has installed a solar array on the roof of Tommyfield Market Hall as it looks to become one of the greenest local authorities in the country – while also saving money.


Dulas Aid Welsh Utility Firm In Reducing Carbon Emissions

One of the UK’s most experienced renewable energy firms has completed the first phase of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s largest solar PV project as part of their initiative to reduce carbon emissions by 25%.


Solarcentury Expands European Presence With New Solar Farm In Germany

Solarcentury has developed, constructed and sold a 4.7 MWp solar farm in Sachsen-Anhalt state, eastern Germany that will provide enough energy to power 1,150 local homes.


Better Regulation Could See House Building And CO2 Reductions Go Hand In Hand

The scrapping of the Zero Carbon Homes policy in July 2015 [1] has left a policy vacuum that urgently needs filling, says the Solar Trade Association.


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