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RWE starts building 330 MW of UK solar – pv magazine International

  2024-03-14 (or before) in pv magazine International

RWE has commenced construction of 330 MW of solar capacity across seven sites in the United Kingdom. Two of the sites will include co-located battery storage (BESS), while the other five projects will be designed for future storage integration.

  Tagged under: UK | Solar Energy


Abandonded mine water source heat pump system for residential applications – pv magazine International

  2024-03-09 (or before) in pv magazine International

Chinese researchers have designed an abandoned mine water source heat pump system that can reportedly perform better than gas boilers in residential buildings. It consists of a submersible pump, a plate heat exchanger, a water source heat pump, a circulating water pump, and an end section.

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Heat Pumps


Bosch unveils cold climate heat pump for residential applications – pv magazine International

  2024-01-17 (or before) in pv magazine International

According to the manufacturer, the new Inverter Ducted Split (IDS) Ultra heat pump can provide 100% heating capacity at an outdoor temperature of -15 C and can operate down to - 25 C.

  Tagged under: Heat Pumps


MAN Energy installs world’s largest seawater CO2 heat pump in Denmark – pv magazine International

  2024-01-17 (or before) in pv magazine International

Germany's MAN Energy Solutions has supplied two 50 MW seawater heat pumps for district heating at the port of Esbjerg, Denmark. They use CO2 as a refrigerant and will be powered by nearby wind farms. The project will start producing 350,000 MWh of heat per year in the fall.

  Tagged under: Denmark | Wind Power | Heat Pumps


Industrial process for ‘mobile’ solar module recycling – pv magazine International

  2023-10-09 (or before) in pv magazine International

German company Flaxres has developed an industrial process to recycle PV modules, and has begun operating a pilot facility at its new site where 10 tons of solar modules can be recycled daily. Flaxres plans to make equipment based on this facility available to international customers.

  Tagged under: Solar Energy


New research shows renewables are more profitable than nuclear power – pv magazine International

  2023-08-23 (or before) in pv magazine International

In a recent study, researchers from the European Environmental Bureau (EEB), the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) questioned the planned development of new nuclear capacities in the energy strategies of the United States and certain European countries.

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Nuclear Power | Economics


Hamburg to deploy large-scale heat pumps in wastewater heat project – pv magazine International

  2023-06-05 (or before) in pv magazine International

Johnson Controls says it will supply four 15 MW heat pumps to the district heating network, in Hamburg, Germany. The new system will be equipped in the city's central wastewater treatment plant as part of a wastewater heat project.


Polysilicon prices preserve downward trend, weighed down by supply factors – pv magazine International

  2023-05-21 (or before) in pv magazine International

In a new weekly update for <b>pv magazine</b>, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.


Rooftop system with PV panels, mini wind turbines in the Netherlands – pv magazine International

  2023-04-10 (or before) in pv magazine International

Ibis Power has developed a rooftop system that combines solar with wind turbines designed for medium-sized structures and high-rise buildings. It claims its PowerNEST system can produce six to 10 times more energy than standalone rooftop solar. The company has already installed five projects in the Netherlands.

  Tagged under: Solar Energy | Wind Power


Swedish consortium completes rock cavern for green hydrogen storage – pv magazine International

  2022-07-14 (or before) in pv magazine International

Vattenfall and its partners have finished building a 100-cubic-meter underground facility to store green hydrogen.

  Tagged under: Hydrogen


Imagine a nationwide energy system relying solely on distributed PV and V2G-equipped electric vehicles – pv magazine International

  2021-11-19 (or before) in pv magazine International

Norwegian researchers have sought to assess the theoretical technical feasibility of a country-level energy system based exclusively on distributed solar, electric vehicles, and vehicle-to-grid technologies. They applied the model to sunny Spain and found that 3.45 billion m<sup>2</sup> of PV systems would be necessary to build a 100% self-reliant energy system.

  Tagged under: Solar Energy | Electricity Grid


Vanadium redox flow battery for utility-scale applications, microgrids – pv magazine International

  2021-07-25 (or before) in pv magazine International

A unit of Largo Resources is launching a new vanadium redox flow battery for utility-scale storage projects, microgrids, renewable energy integration, grid smoothing, and backup power. The battery will feature a modular architecture, based on 1 MW "building blocks" and 2 MWh blocks of storage capacity.

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Batteries | Electricity Grid


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