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solar digest Newsletter December 2011 Issue 12

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Featured Company:

Doepke UK Ltd ► Doepke UK Ltd

With over 55 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.


Featured Article:

 ► Greg Barker response to High Court ruling on Solar Feed in Tariffs

Climate Change Minister Greg Barker responded to today’s High Court ruling on the proposed changes to solar Feed In Tariffs.

Latest News:
Eco2Solar Sees Four-Fold Increase in Solar Panel Installations to Beat Tariff Deadline

Eco2Solar has pulled out all the stops to commission more than 200 domestic solar PV installations qualifying for the 43.3p feed in tariff rate before the deadline announced by the Government in October.

 ANTARIS SOLAR modules pass the salt spray corrosion test

The ANTARIS SOLAR AS M monocrystalline modules have proven their ability to withstand extremely salty outdoor conditions in a salt spray test performed by Photovoltaik-Institut (PI) in Berlin.

Danfoss Solar Inverters Prepared to Support EEG 2012 Energy Law

Danfoss Solar Inverters today announced its entire line of TLX and ULX inverters are in compliance with EEG 2012 standards and guidelines. The new Firmware for both the ULX and TLX will make it easier to follow the law.

Renewables training boost in Bristol

Renewables training boost in Bristol Charlotte Leslie MP has officially opened the NAPIT Bristol Training Centre – as part of their joint venture with Plumb Center and Sevenoaks Energy Academy.

Solon Files for Insolvency

The rapid decline in prices has been a boon for solar installation and financing companies. Not so much for solar manufacturers, an industry in the throes of a painful consolidation.  German-based Solon, which already closed its 60-megawatt solar panel factory in Tucson, Arizona,  is the latest company to struggle with its finances.

 ► DECC Weekly PV Installations WE 18th December 2011

The initial installation numbers for the week ending 18th December 2011 show 812 installations in that week compared to 29,880 for the week ending 11th December 2011.


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