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Western Cape aims to sharpen up procurement to grow the economy

Procurement is set to play a more strategic role in growing the economy of the Western Cape, the Smart Procurement World conference has heard. “Procurement needs to be recognised and redefined as a s ......

  • South Africa
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 02 Jul 2019
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Description Procurement is set to play a more strategic role in growing the economy of the Western Cape, the Smart Procurement World conference has heard. “Procurement needs to be recognised and redefined as a strategic activity. Our policy initiatives focus on maximising the economic impact of public procurement in the Western Cape,” Western Cape Treasury chief director of public policy Marcia Korsten told delegates attending the conference, in Cape Town. ADVERTISEMENT Procurement makes up a huge slice of gross domestic product (GDP) in South Africa and should be used as a lever for improving service delivery, believes Korsten. “The key is to ensure value for money in terms of prices, cost savings and quality.” ADVERTISEMENT According to a policy brief by the Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC), public sector procurement spending in South Africa constitutes almost 30% of South Africa’s GDP. The Western Cape’s provincial budget is around R67-billion, with the Cape Town metro making up about R46-billion of that amount. Procurement in the education and health sectors make up the largest slice of procurement. Some 16 500 suppliers are registered on the Western Cape supplier database, with the province procuring everything from cleaning services and food to learner transport and textbooks through its procurement system. “Without procurement, we would not be able to build houses and roads, supply medicines and ensure textbooks are in the schools,” Korsten told the conference which has attracted hundreds of people involved in procurement in the public and private sector in South Africa and further afield. “There’s a strong case to be made for using procurement as a strategic enabler in the economy. The way we view procurement assists in creating opportunities for growth and jobs, in embedding good governance and integrated service delivery.” The Western Cape province has prioritised agroprocessing, tourism and oil and gas as key sectors to grow the economy, while the rising contribution by the services sectors is expected to continue. Procurement professionals are expected to step up in this space too. “Youth unemployment is high and we have a relatively small informal sector. There’s an increasing recognition both globally and locally that procurement professionals play an increasing role in their organisations.” Korsten suggested that people involved in procurement should be working directly with strategists, CFOs and CEOs in their organisations and companies. The conference has been looking at ways in which procurement professionals can play a more strategic role in their organisations and become more influential. With flat economic growth in South Africa coupled with high unemployment, departments and companies are needing to work smarter to try to boost growth. “We need to become much more efficient and effective in service delivery…and procurement plays a strategic role,” said Korsten. The City of Cape Town has also used the accompanying Enterprise & Supplier Expo to encourage people to consider registering on its community-based supplier base, set up in a bid to create employment and boost community-based projects. The base is aimed at smaller companies and individuals who provide services below R30 000. These include services such as waste removal, cleaning of parks, catering, laundry and hygiene, area cleaning and general maintenance. The suppliers live and operate within their communities.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://m.engineeringnews.co.za/article/western-cape-aims-to-sharpen-up-procurement-to-grow-the-economy-2019-04-10/rep_id:4433
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LRT-1 rehab completed

Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) yesterday said it has completed the structural restoration works for the parapets, river bridges and faulty concrete of the existing 35-year old 20 kilometer (km) Light ......

  • Philippines
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 29 Jun 2019
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Description Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) yesterday said it has completed the structural restoration works for the parapets, river bridges and faulty concrete of the existing 35-year old 20 kilometer (km) Light Rail Transit-1. The structural restoration project which started in 2018 included repairs on the concrete surfaces of the parapets, sandblasting to remove corrosion, and repainting. “We also installed new collision dampers at certain pile caps to protect bridges from ship collision,” said Juan Alfonso, LRMC president and chief executive officer. The viaduct now has a continuous row of noise barriers running along its 20-km. length. As LRT-1 is situated in one of the most congested parts of the metropolis, with schools, apartments and offices nearby, the noise generated by running trains has been one of the most complained-about aspects of the rail system. The noise barriers will now significantly mitigate excessive noise generated by train operations. The collision bumpers of river bridges near Pasig River were also replaced to protect the viaduct beam from collision with barge or flat-bottomed vessels transporting freight or passengers along the river. Last month, LRMC formally started the construction of LRT 1 extension to Cavite project. Five of the 11 stations will be operational by fourth quarter of 2021.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.malaya.com.ph/business-news/business/lrt-1-rehab-completed
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Q CELLS modules power 2.5 MW rooftop project at 21 supermarket sites in Italy

Project F is a series of solar rooftop installations on 21 supermarkets, located across northern Italy, installed and operated by the Italian developer Manni Energy Srl and utilizing nearly 9,000 Q.PL ......

  • Italy
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 13 Jun 2019
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Description Project F is a series of solar rooftop installations on 21 supermarkets, located across northern Italy, installed and operated by the Italian developer Manni Energy Srl and utilizing nearly 9,000 Q.PLUS-G4.3 solar modules from Q CELLS. APRIL 30, 2019 HANWHA Q CELLS CO., LTD ShareIcon FacebookIcon TwitterIcon LinkedInIcon Google PlusIcon WhatsAppIcon Email Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH (“Q CELLS” or “The Company”), the German subsidiary of one of the largest solar cell and module manufacturers in the world, Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd, has supplied 2.529 MW of solar modules to Manni Energy Srl, the Italian solar developer for Its Project F. The Project consists of a total of 21 PV arrays across 21 supermarket rooftops and was commissioned by an Italian company, which operates in the large-scale retail channel. In total, 8,895 multicrystalline solar modules Q.PLUS-G4.3 from Q CELLS have been installed at the 21 sites, which are clustered around the industrialized regions of Lombardia (13 supermarkets), Veneto (three supermarkets), Emilia-Romagna (four supermarkets) and Piemonte (one supermarket). Combined, the 2.529 MW solar project will save an estimated 1,229,221 Kg of CO² every year, delivering clean solar energy that will be self-consumed by each supermarket. C&I rooftop solar a growing sector for Italy Completed early this year, Project F is part of a growing trend in Italy – particularly northern Italy – to embrace the green and cost benefits of solar power. Italy has now surpassed 20 GW of cumulative solar PV capacity, having grown by more than 430 MW in 2018, according to official installation data provided by grid operator Terna. The bulk of 2018’s growth – 389.6 MW – wasadded in the Italian solar rooftop sector, with installations not exceeding 20 kW comprising the largest share, at 218.8 MW. This means that almost half of all Italian PV capacity added in 2018 was installed on rooftops within the power range of residential homes and smaller commercial and industrial (C&I) premises. The 20 kW – 100 kW power range is also a fast-growing segment, reaching more than 75 MW of new installation capacity in 2018. Italy’s net metering program for C&I projects has helped to sustain this growth in the sector, while the continued decline of solar component costs is also making PV an increasingly attractive proposition for businesses in Italy. Alessio Palla, Senior Key Account Manager Italy for Q CELLS, said: “The Italian commercial and industrial solar sector is an exciting place to be right now, thanks to lower component costs that make solar PV an attractive prospect for many small businesses looking to self-consume the electricity they generate onsite. Q CELLS was delighted to work with Manni Energy Srl on this project, which highlights the enduring potential of solar energy as an affordable, decentralized source of electricity in Italy.” Stefano Grassi, Project Manager of Project F at Manni Energy Srl, added: “We selected the Q.PLUS-G4.3 solar module from Q CELLS because it demonstrated to us a good balance on price and performance; it is a versatile and reliable solar module that is ideal for the northern Italian climate. Besides, for most of the projects, we also chose the Q.FLAT mounting system for its versatility and fast installation.” A supermarket rooftop is an ideal location for solar installations, but not all rooftops are created equal – as Githo Bezaka, Product Application Engineer at Q CELLS, explains. “Of the 21 separate installations, 13 were completed using Q CELLS’ Q.FLAT-G5 mounting system, with a further six using the Q.FLAT-G4 mounting system, and two that use Q.MOUNT system, which is required when installing on sloping roofs. For the flat roof installations, the Q.FLAT-G4 and G5 systems ensured that each array was installed in the shortest time possible, which helped to lower installation costs for the customer.”
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/q-cells-modules-power-2-5-mw-rooftop-project-at-21-supermarket-sites-in-italy/
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Suports will supply 1 MW of its rooftop structures to a project in Merida, Mexico

The Suports division of Gonvarri Steel Services has reached an agreement with SOLAR180 to supply 1 MW of rooftop structures for a project in Merida, in Yucatan, Mexico. The contract reinforces the con ......

  • Mexico
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 13 Jun 2019
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Description The Suports division of Gonvarri Steel Services has reached an agreement with SOLAR180 to supply 1 MW of rooftop structures for a project in Merida, in Yucatan, Mexico. The contract reinforces the confidence SOLAR180 has placed in Suports products, with more than 50 contracts signed between the companies. APRIL 11, 2019 SUPORTS BY GONVARRI ShareIcon FacebookIcon TwitterIcon LinkedInIcon Google PlusIcon WhatsAppIcon Email The structure and anchoring will accommodate a total of 2,889 solar PV modules on three buildings, which forced Suports to consider the use of different solutions, included in its catalog, to satisfy each of the rooftop requirements. This means that Suports will supply inclined structure – Basic Tilted System at 13 degrees for one and two heights – and flat structure, its Basic Flat System. Of special relevance is one of the systems, the ECO Basic Coplanar System, specifically designed by Suports for KR-18 metal roof covers. The ECO Basic Coplanar System is the simplest solution for this kind of roof covers, as it uses one single element to fix the structure to the cover and to anchor the PV module, proving a superior robustness along with a simpler assembly, according to installers of the solar sector.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/suports-will-supply-1-mw-of-its-rooftop-structures-to-a-project-in-merida-mexico/
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BTr makes partial award of Tbill bids at auction

The Bureau of the Treasury capped the rate of the 91-day resulting to a partial award while granting a full-sale on the 182-day and 364-day papers, with demand shifting to the long-end. With its deci ......

  • Philippines
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 31 May 2019
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Description The Bureau of the Treasury capped the rate of the 91-day resulting to a partial award while granting a full-sale on the 182-day and 364-day papers, with demand shifting to the long-end. With its decision, the auction committee was able to accept P17.5 billion of the P31.2 billion tendered for the P20 billion offering. “Basically, it’s just consistent with the feedback we got from our GSEDs (government securities eligible dealers). So the demand really is coming now from the long-end. As you can see from the results of the auction, it’s more skewed towards the 182-day and 364-day,” Erwin Sta. Ana, deputy treasurer, said. “Well, I think, for the 91-day they’re actually factoring in a policy adjustment if ever by the BSP (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) what happens in the short-term, in terms of would there be further easing of inflation. So I think it’s really more of those factors that they are looking out now,” he added. The 91-day paper fetched a rate of 5.787 percent, flat from the previous yield of 5.786 percent. Tenders amounted to P6.605 billion, slightly higher than the P6 billion program, with the government accepting P3.455 billion. For the half-year paper, the rate stood at 5.927 percent, six basis points down from the previous average of 5.987 percent. The auction committee sold P6 billion as programmed, with demand almost twice at P11.76 billion. For the one-year IOUs, the average is 6.044 percent, 0.7 basis points down from the previous yield of 6.051 percent. The government awarded P8 billion as planned, with tenders amounting to P12.818 billion.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.malaya.com.ph/business-news/business/btr-makes-partial-award-tbill-bids-auction-0
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Scientists from the United Kingdom build a new 3D solar cell architecture

A research team from the University of Sheffield and the US power generation and storage technology provider Power Roll Limited claim to have developed a new 3D rear contact solar cell based on a rais ......

  • United Kingdom
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 22 May 2019
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Description A research team from the University of Sheffield and the US power generation and storage technology provider Power Roll Limited claim to have developed a new 3D rear contact solar cell based on a raised surface with micro-grooves the width of a human hair. The researchers said that the cell was created by coating opposite walls of microgrooves with different electrical contacts and then filling the grooves with a semiconductor applicable per solution. They claim that this type of cellular architecture can be done with fewer production processes than silicon cells based on traditional flat structures, and that it can be manufactured with other materials than silicon. They also claim that the architecture of the new cell has the potential to reduce optical losses within the device, in addition to eliminating costly transparent conductive oxides. "The solar modules produced with this design will weigh only a fraction of a conventional solar module of equivalent power, which could benefit less developed areas of the world and disconnected from electrical systems where it is not feasible to transport heavy solar panels, as well as having a wide range of other applications, "said the scientists. Commercial objective Power Roll said that mini-module prototypes had already been produced from this cell and that efforts to bring the technology to commercial production would be increased. Professor David Lidzey, from the department of physics and astronomy at the University of Sheffield, said: "The devices we have demonstrated with Power Roll have a promising efficiency in which 7% of the energy of sunlight falls on a single Micro PV slot device is converted directly to electrical power: this is already about one third of what the most profitable but most expensive solar cells produce today. " On its website, Power Roll says that its cell technology is five times cheaper to manufacture than silicon photovoltaic cells, 10% cheaper than other flexible devices and 40% cheaper to transport and install.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine-latam.com/2019/05/16/cientificos-del-reino-unido-construyen-una-nueva-arquitectura-de-celula-solar-3d/
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Q CELLS modules power 2.5 MW rooftop project at 21 supermarket sites in Italy

Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH (“Q CELLS” or “The Company”), the German subsidiary of one of the largest solar cell and module manufacturers in the world, Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd, has supplied 2.529 MW of solar ......

  • Italy
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 May 2019
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Description Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH (“Q CELLS” or “The Company”), the German subsidiary of one of the largest solar cell and module manufacturers in the world, Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd, has supplied 2.529 MW of solar modules to Manni Energy Srl, the Italian solar developer for Its Project F. The Project consists of a total of 21 PV arrays across 21 supermarket rooftops and was commissioned by an Italian company, which operates in the large-scale retail channel. In total, 8,895 multicrystalline solar modules Q.PLUS-G4.3 from Q CELLS have been installed at the 21 sites, which are clustered around the industrialized regions of Lombardia (13 supermarkets), Veneto (three supermarkets), Emilia-Romagna (four supermarkets) and Piemonte (one supermarket). Combined, the 2.529 MW solar project will save an estimated 1,229,221 Kg of CO² every year, delivering clean solar energy that will be self-consumed by each supermarket. C&I rooftop solar a growing sector for Italy Completed early this year, Project F is part of a growing trend in Italy – particularly northern Italy – to embrace the green and cost benefits of solar power. Italy has now surpassed 20 GW of cumulative solar PV capacity, having grown by more than 430 MW in 2018, according to official installation data provided by grid operator Terna. The bulk of 2018’s growth – 389.6 MW – wasadded in the Italian solar rooftop sector, with installations not exceeding 20 kW comprising the largest share, at 218.8 MW. This means that almost half of all Italian PV capacity added in 2018 was installed on rooftops within the power range of residential homes and smaller commercial and industrial (C&I) premises. The 20 kW – 100 kW power range is also a fast-growing segment, reaching more than 75 MW of new installation capacity in 2018. Italy’s net metering program for C&I projects has helped to sustain this growth in the sector, while the continued decline of solar component costs is also making PV an increasingly attractive proposition for businesses in Italy. Alessio Palla, Senior Key Account Manager Italy for Q CELLS, said: “The Italian commercial and industrial solar sector is an exciting place to be right now, thanks to lower component costs that make solar PV an attractive prospect for many small businesses looking to self-consume the electricity they generate onsite. Q CELLS was delighted to work with Manni Energy Srl on this project, which highlights the enduring potential of solar energy as an affordable, decentralized source of electricity in Italy.” Stefano Grassi, Project Manager of Project F at Manni Energy Srl, added: “We selected the Q.PLUS-G4.3 solar module from Q CELLS because it demonstrated to us a good balance on price and performance; it is a versatile and reliable solar module that is ideal for the northern Italian climate. Besides, for most of the projects, we also chose the Q.FLAT mounting system for its versatility and fast installation.” A supermarket rooftop is an ideal location for solar installations, but not all rooftops are created equal – as Githo Bezaka, Product Application Engineer at Q CELLS, explains. “Of the 21 separate installations, 13 were completed using Q CELLS’ Q.FLAT-G5 mounting system, with a further six using the Q.FLAT-G4 mounting system, and two that use Q.MOUNT system, which is required when installing on sloping roofs. For the flat roof installations, the Q.FLAT-G4 and G5 systems ensured that each array was installed in the shortest time possible, which helped to lower installation costs for the customer.”
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/q-cells-modules-power-2-5-mw-rooftop-project-at-21-supermarket-sites-in-italy/
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Krannich Solar at Intersolar: Marketplace for outstanding PV & storage solutions for residential, commercial and projects

The Krannich Experts Base will return, with live demonstrations by select suppliers highlighting their portfolio and product innovations. A total of 24 presentations will be held over the three trade ......

  • Germany
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 May 2019
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Description The Krannich Experts Base will return, with live demonstrations by select suppliers highlighting their portfolio and product innovations. A total of 24 presentations will be held over the three trade fair days, in German and English, in Hall A3, at stand A390. Just in time for Intersolar, Krannich Solar is ready to reveal numerous innovative developments in all product categories. The focus is on a wide selection of storage systems, new module technologies, solutions for commercial and project systems and material and time-saving mounting systems as well as roof integrated solar systems. A separate booth for commercial PV solutions will debut in Hall A3, at stand A390. Storage solutions for any requirement Krannich Solar will be proud to present a large selection of storage solutions from prominent manufacturers including Fronius, Kaco New Energy, Kostal Solar Electric, LG Electronics, SMA Solar Technology, SolarEdge Technologies and SolaX Power, along with battery storage systems from Axitec Energy, BYD and LG Chem. E-mobility – set for the future The intelligent charging of electric car batteries will be a cornerstone for optimal energy control in the smart home. Krannich Solar will present intelligent solutions from Mennekes and SolarEdge Technologies for charging electric cars. With its high charging and discharging capacity of up to 8.3 kW per storage unit, the AXIstorage battery storage system is ideal for fast charging electric cars. New power classes for solar modules The products on display range from high efficiency modules such as the black LG Prime to project modules. Monocrystalline modules are now the all-rounders for every PV application and can reach up to 400 Wp in the 144-cell half-cell version from Axitec Energy. There is also a growing market for special technologies such as Luxor Solar’s Eco Line Bifacial glass-glass product. Inverters for commerce String inverters with a power rating above 150 kW are, meanwhile, available for the growing segment of PV systems up to 750 kWp in scale. With products from ABB, Delta Electronics, Kaco New Energy, SMA Solar Technology and SolarEdge Technologies, Krannich Solar will exhibit part of its portfolio at Intersolar. Rack technology for any need The assembly products from K2 Systems offer solutions for all types of roof and cladding. The Dome V flat roof system is now also available with 15-degree elevation for roofs with one-sided orientation. The online K2 Base On tool enables planning with satellite images, graphics tools and detailed project plans. With the Clearline Fusion roof-integrated system from manufacturer Viridian Solar, Krannich Solar presents an aesthetic alternative when refurbishing or building a new roof. The in-roof system offers the highest quality and aesthetics at a competitive price. Easy buying with the Krannich Online Shop The Online Shop is one of the hot topics at trade fairs throughout the world. A personal account gives installers access to the entire product portfolio, allowing them to view prices, query delivery schedules and place an order from anywhere. Customers can benefit from the shop in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux countries, Italy, France, Spain, Great Britain and the USA.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/krannich-solar-at-intersolar-marketplace-for-outstanding-pv-storage-solutions-for-residential-commercial-and-projects/
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Suports will supply 1 MW of its rooftop structures to a project in Merida, Mexico

The structure and anchoring will accommodate a total of 2,889 solar PV modules on three buildings, which forced Suports to consider the use of different solutions, included in its catalog, to satisfy ......

  • Mexico
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 May 2019
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Description The structure and anchoring will accommodate a total of 2,889 solar PV modules on three buildings, which forced Suports to consider the use of different solutions, included in its catalog, to satisfy each of the rooftop requirements. This means that Suports will supply inclined structure – Basic Tilted System at 13 degrees for one and two heights – and flat structure, its Basic Flat System. Of special relevance is one of the systems, the ECO Basic Coplanar System, specifically designed by Suports for KR-18 metal roof covers. The ECO Basic Coplanar System is the simplest solution for this kind of roof covers, as it uses one single element to fix the structure to the cover and to anchor the PV module, proving a superior robustness along with a simpler assembly, according to installers of the solar sector.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/suports-will-supply-1-mw-of-its-rooftop-structures-to-a-project-in-merida-mexico/
10.

Krannich Solar at Intersolar: Marketplace for outstanding PV & storage solutions for residential, commercial and projects

The Krannich Experts Base will return, with live demonstrations by select suppliers highlighting their portfolio and product innovations. A total of 24 presentations will be held over the three trade ......

  • Germany
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 May 2019
view notice less notice
Description The Krannich Experts Base will return, with live demonstrations by select suppliers highlighting their portfolio and product innovations. A total of 24 presentations will be held over the three trade fair days, in German and English, in Hall A3, at stand A390. Just in time for Intersolar, Krannich Solar is ready to reveal numerous innovative developments in all product categories. The focus is on a wide selection of storage systems, new module technologies, solutions for commercial and project systems and material and time-saving mounting systems as well as roof integrated solar systems. A separate booth for commercial PV solutions will debut in Hall A3, at stand A390. Storage solutions for any requirement Krannich Solar will be proud to present a large selection of storage solutions from prominent manufacturers including Fronius, Kaco New Energy, Kostal Solar Electric, LG Electronics, SMA Solar Technology, SolarEdge Technologies and SolaX Power, along with battery storage systems from Axitec Energy, BYD and LG Chem. E-mobility – set for the future The intelligent charging of electric car batteries will be a cornerstone for optimal energy control in the smart home. Krannich Solar will present intelligent solutions from Mennekes and SolarEdge Technologies for charging electric cars. With its high charging and discharging capacity of up to 8.3 kW per storage unit, the AXIstorage battery storage system is ideal for fast charging electric cars. New power classes for solar modules The products on display range from high efficiency modules such as the black LG Prime to project modules. Monocrystalline modules are now the all-rounders for every PV application and can reach up to 400 Wp in the 144-cell half-cell version from Axitec Energy. There is also a growing market for special technologies such as Luxor Solar’s Eco Line Bifacial glass-glass product. Inverters for commerce String inverters with a power rating above 150 kW are, meanwhile, available for the growing segment of PV systems up to 750 kWp in scale. With products from ABB, Delta Electronics, Kaco New Energy, SMA Solar Technology and SolarEdge Technologies, Krannich Solar will exhibit part of its portfolio at Intersolar. Rack technology for any need The assembly products from K2 Systems offer solutions for all types of roof and cladding. The Dome V flat roof system is now also available with 15-degree elevation for roofs with one-sided orientation. The online K2 Base On tool enables planning with satellite images, graphics tools and detailed project plans. With the Clearline Fusion roof-integrated system from manufacturer Viridian Solar, Krannich Solar presents an aesthetic alternative when refurbishing or building a new roof. The in-roof system offers the highest quality and aesthetics at a competitive price. Easy buying with the Krannich Online Shop The Online Shop is one of the hot topics at trade fairs throughout the world. A personal account gives installers access to the entire product portfolio, allowing them to view prices, query delivery schedules and place an order from anywhere. Customers can benefit from the shop in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux countries, Italy, France, Spain, Great Britain and the USA.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/krannich-solar-at-intersolar-marketplace-for-outstanding-pv-storage-solutions-for-residential-commercial-and-projects/

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