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SolarEdge Puts Renewable Energy on the Curriculum for 11 schools in Coventry and South Gloucestershire

Rooftop solar arrays on 11 schools forecast to produce combined energy savings of more than £194,000 and reduce carbon emissions by 298 tonnes each year

Ineco Energy chooses SolarEdge Three Phase Inverters with Synergy technology to ‘future proof’ solar installations as schools’ electricity consumption increases

SolarEdge monitoring platform to be used in the classroom to teach students about the importance of sustainability

Epson's Fujimi Plant Begins Using Onsite Solar Power Generation Service

Service increases amount of privately generated power and contributes to expansion of renewable energy sources

Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") has begun using an onsite solar power generation service (PPA model1) provided by SMFL MIRAI Partners Co., Ltd. ("SMFL MIRAI Partners"), a strategic subsidiary of Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing Co., Ltd. ("SMFL").

SolarEdge Energy Bank Residential Battery and New SolarEdge Energy Hub Inverters with High Backup Power Now Available in North America

SolarEdge Energy Bank Residential Battery and New SolarEdge Energy Hub Inverters with High Backup Power Now Available in North America

The DC-coupled SolarEdge Energy Bank battery introduces 94.5% round-trip efficiency for longer periods of home backup
The newly available SolarEdge Energy Hub inverters offer up to 11.4kW power and 10.3kW backup power
Both products are part of a new full system solution called “SolarEdge Home” which seamlessly integrates solar and storage with a variety of SolarEdge smart energy devices

Manufacturer William Hughes Forecast to Cut Annual Energy Costs by £35,000 and Carbon Emissions by 100 Tonnes with SolarEdge PV System

• Solar install expected to deliver electricity at a levelised cost of only 3.2p/kWh compared to the 9p/kWh paid on average by UK manufacturers, achieving payback in just 3.8 years

• SolarEdge’s optimised inverter solution chosen to overcome challenging aspects of install, while also maximising energy yield and reducing maintenance costs over the system’s lifetime

Plant inspired film anti-reflective surfaces

The KIT spin-off Phytonics has developed an anti-reflective foil that gives the velvety colour impression of flower petals on surfaces. Whether on photographs, display panels, furniture, solar modules, packaging or facades - the foil can almost completely suppress the reflection for all wavelengths and angles of incidence of light.

Basic Agreement on the Licensing and Joint Development of Encapsulation Materials for Solar Cell Modules

KYOCERA Corporation (Headquarters: Kyoto, Japan; President: Hideo Tanimoto; hereinafter "KYOCERA"), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of solar power systems, and Hanzo First Applied Materials (Headquarters: Anzhou, Zhejiang Province, China; Chairman: Hanzo First Applied Materials Co. On August 1, 2012, Kyocera Corporation ("Kyocera") and First Technologies Inc. ("First") signed a basic agreement to license Kyocera's patented technologies related to encapsulation materials for solar cell modules to First, and to jointly develop new encapsulation materials.

Smurfit Kappa launches innovative solar energy initiative in Colombia

Smurfit Kappa has unveiled a new, state-of-the-art solar panel system in its Colombian Forestry operation.

The Solar One photovoltaic system, which was developed with renewable energy provider Celsia, will generate 50% of the energy needs of the nursery and the entomology and plant pathology laboratories.

Guardian Glass signs a strategic partnership with ML System

Guardian Glass has signed a strategic partnership agreement with ML System S.A., a technologically advanced company in the building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) market. Within the framework of this agreement, Guardian Glass will offer a complete range of BIPV product solutions – both semi-transparent and opaque – that help contribute to Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) regulations.

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