Oerlikon Solar WINS Solar Industry Award

EU PVSEC 2011: highest development potential for innovation, once again certified EU PVSEC Hamburg (Germany) / Trubbach (Switzerland), September 6, 2011 for the third time in a row has Oerlikon solar the solar industry award in the category of thin film innovation won. The internationally advertised prize is awarded in annually by the British trade magazine solar PV management. “The jury Oerlikon solar’s new production line ThinFabTM as the winner of the thin film innovation award” from. The prize was awarded today on the occasion of the 26sten European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and exhibition (EU PVSEC) in Hamburg. “The awarding of the solar industry awards 2011 for our ThinFabTM fills us with pride and is after the sale of the first 120 MW-Micromorph -production line to Asia a further confirmation of the high level of acceptance and innovation our thin film silicon solar technology”, said of Helmut Frankenberger, CEO of Oerlikon solar. The excellent ThinFabTM by Oerlikon solar is a production facility for the mass production of environmentally sustainable thin film silicon solar modules. In June 2011, a customer from Asia issued the first order for a complete 120-MW Micromorph production line (ThinFabTM).

Also Oerlikon Solar won various existing customers since the launch of the ThinFabTM upgrade orders. The ThinFabTM provides the following benefits: cost: the ThinFabTM reduced to EUR 0.50/WP the “total cost of ownership” for solar modules the lowest value in the solar industry. Energy efficiency: compared to other solar manufacturing process, producing the Oerlikon thin film Silicon modules requires the least energy. Is the “energy payback time” Oerlikon technology less than a year. Practical advantages: thin film Silicon modules are advantageous under actual operating conditions, E.g. at an overcast sky or high temperatures, while significantly decreases the efficiency of crystalline solar cells. Ecological: The thin film Silicon modules contain no toxic additives such as cadmium.

Sustainability: The Oerlikon solar technology has further potential to increase efficiency and productivity, as evidenced by the ThinFabTM laboratory world record cell with a degree of efficiency by 11.9%. Oerlikon solar modules are suitable for all roof types and open-space applications. With its attractive design and their transparency they integrate in building. Awarded the solar industry awards, our investment in research and development, and our leading position in the thin-film technology for the third time are confirmed. We will offer our customers also in future production quality with a competitive price / performance ratio”, so Peter Tinner, head of sales & marketing of Oerlikon solar.

Photovoltaic Systems

Elektro Weimar from Reutlingen informs its customers solar and wind power were ridiculed often not too long ago, they now considered to build part of a sustainable energy supply. The Reutlinger company Elektro Weimar’s expert team informs the planning and installation of modern photovoltaic systems. Solar energy is virtually inexhaustible, easily available and effectively usable. Thus, it is attractive for a growing number of private and commercial property owners. Given the substantial investment, photovoltaic systems require first a preparatory, competent planning in advance examines all aspects of engineering. In the first place of the planning phase is the analysis of the structural foundations. To be suitable for the installation of a photovoltaic system, buildings have roofs, facades or roofs, which alignment and structural condition enables them to operate solar power systems for up to 30 years. The efficiency of electricity generation a photovoltaic system due to the fact that the solar cells at the correct angle to the Sun, adequately ventilated and never shaded are.

Importance of the shade avoiding of active photovoltaic systems. Get all the facts and insights with Robotics expert , another great source of information. Already partially pseudoreference solar cells produce considerably less power and can cause permanent damage to the entire system due to the technical construction of a solar energy system. The electricity generation from photovoltaic systems reached their maximum effectiveness at a beam angle of sunlight 90. Taking into account of geographical factors, solar installations in Germany achieve their maximum performance at an exact alignment of the South and the solar cells to the Sun by about 30 bevel angle. Variations of the alignment South East or South West reduced the yield by up to 10%. The same applies to deviations of angle in the range between 10 and 50. Depending on further alignment and inclination angle differ from these values, photovoltaic systems deliver less power. If a building after Weighing these factors for the Assembly of solar cells would be appropriate, is a fundamental decision to make its functionality.

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