The global industrial turbines market to grow at a CAGR of 4.51% during the period 2018-2022.

Global Industrial Turbines Market 2018-2022, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

One trend in the market is growth in the natural gas pipeline networks. There is a global increase in natural gas production and consumption. With the emergence of cross-country and multi-country pipelines, the demand is expected to further increase in the forecast period.

According to the report, one driver in the market is growth in the electric power consumption and production. There is a global rise in the electric power consumption in the last few years owing to the increase in population, urbanization, industrialization, and rural electrification projects.

Further, the report states that one challenge in the market is growth in the renewable energy sector. The growth in the renewable energy sector, especially solar and wind energy is a major challenge for the global industrial turbines market. There has been a rise in the demand for electricity generation over the last few years due to growth in population, urbanization, and industrialization.

Key Market Trends

  • Growth in the natural gas pipeline networks
  • Technological innovations in gas turbines
  • Growth of waste to energy plants

Key vendors

  • Ansaldo Energia
  • BHEL
  • General Electric
  • Siemens
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

 Key Topics Covered:

Part 01: Executive Summary

Part 02: Scope Of The Report

Part 03: Research Methodology

Part 04: Market Landscape

Part 05: Market Sizing

Part 06: Five Forces Analysis

Part 07: Market Segmentation By Product

Part 08: Customer Landscape

Part 09: Regional Landscape

Part 10: Decision Framework

Part 11: Drivers And Challenges

Part 12: Market Trends

Part 13: Vendor Landscape

Part 14: Vendor Analysis

Part 15: Appendix

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WASHINGTON, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The feel of a work space can be dependent on a variety of factors - temperature, access to daylight, even the direction the building faces. As a building owner or manager, making sure your occupants are healthy and comfortable in their work environment is important. With this in mind, the International Window Film Association (IWFA) is encouraging the use of professionally installed window film.

While sunlight streaming in an office window is beautiful, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer by age 70, and over 5.4M cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer were treated in the U.S. ( Repeated exposure to UV light can also cause eye issues including blurry vision and cataracts. Prevention is possible and a useful strategy for workplaces is a professional installation of window film. Once installed, window film blocks 99 percent of UV rays, helping reduce the risk of skin cancer and eye damage.

Among other benefits, professionally installed window film helps avoid interior temperature swings and keeps building occupants comfortable. Window film may help retain heat in the colder months, and in warmer months allows in less than 25 percent of solar energy versus 90 percent without film, keeping the temperature further regulated. The view to the outside doesn't have to be compromised either, as window film is available in a variety of shades, from virtually clear, to medium, or dark. In addition, since the product is always in place, there is no operator involvement needed to enjoy its benefits. 

Furthermore, professionally installed window film can ameliorate glare while still providing adequate light. By reducing excessive sunlight, window film can offer a more productive workspace so occupants can focus on the task at hand.

"A commonly overlooked way to keep building occupants comfortable and healthy in the workplace is with professionally installed window film," said Darrell Smith, Executive Director of the IWFA. "Instead of a full window replacement, which is costly and produces more landfill waste, professionally installed window film allows occupants to enjoy the space with high UV protection, while building operators avoid costly window replacements and can reap significant energy savings."

Professionally installed window film is a wise investment that will bring back a measurable return on investment. Federal, state or local incentive programs may be available for which installed window film may qualify. Visit here available tax incentives. 

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The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Adhesives in volume (Thousand Pounds) & value (US$ Thousand) by the following Chemical Type:

  • Styrene Butadiene Rubber
  • Phenolic
  • Polyolefin
  • Epoxy
  • Starch & Dextrin
  • Acrylic (Cyanoacrylic & Others, Acrylic PSA and Acrylic Emulsion)
  • Urea Formaldehyde
  • Polyvinyl Acetal
  • Polyvinyl Acetate
  • Neoprene
  • Thermoplastic Rubber
  • Polyurethane
  • Natural Rubber
  • Protein
  • Furan
  • Polyvinyl Chloride
  • Reclaimed Rubber
  • Silicate
  • Silicone Rubber
  • Polyamide
  • Polyvinyl Alcohol
  • Nitrile
  • Butyl Rubber & PIB
  • Polyester
  • Ethylene
  • Bitumen
  • Miscellaneous

The report profiles 264 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • 3M Company (USA)
  • Adhesives Research, Inc. (USA)
  • Adhesives Technology Corp. (USA)
  • Akzo Nobel N.V. (The Netherlands)
  • Ashland, Inc. (USA)
  • Avery Dennison Corporation (USA)
  • BASF SE (Germany)
  • Beardow & Adams (Adhesives) Limited (UK)
  • Bemis Associates, Inc. (USA)
  • Berry Global, Inc. (USA)
  • Bostik, Inc. (USA)
  • Covestro AG (Germany)
  • DIC Corporation (Japan)
  • DowDuPont (USA)
  • DYMAX Corp. (USA)
  • Franklin International, Inc. (USA)
  • Georgia-Pacific Chemicals LLC (USA)
  • H.B. Fuller Company (USA)
  • Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (Germany)
  • Huntsman Corporation (USA)
  • Illinois Tool Works, Inc. (USA)
  • Permatex, Inc. (USA)
  • LORD Corporation (USA)
  • Mapei S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Momentive (USA)
  • PPG Industries (USA)
  • RPM International, Inc. (USA)
  • DAP Products, Inc. (USA)
  • Sika AG (Switzerland)

Key Topics Covered:

A Rudimentary Industry Roundup
Where Do Opportunities Lie?
Raw Material Availability
A Crucial Factor for Adhesive Manufacturing
Manufacturing Shift to Low Cost Destinations
Improving Economy Buoys General Market Optimism
A Mega Growth Driver
Developing Countries to Drive Future Growth
Outsourcing of Manufacturing Activity Boosts Demand for Adhesives in Developing Countries
Market Outlook
Market Share Statistics
Assessing the Impact of Recent Past Economic Upheavals on Adhesives Market
Growth Momentum Improves in 2015 & Beyond

Conventional Adhesive Technology: An Overview
Hybrid Structural Instant Adhesives: A Breakthrough in Adhesive Technologies
Rising Demand and Product Innovation Boost Industrial Adhesives Market
Overview of Automotive Adhesives Market
Wood Adhesives Market to Exhibit Decent Growth
Competitive Scenario & Key Players
Overview of Electronic Adhesives Market
Increasing Adoption in Various End-Use Sectors Drive the Market
Surface Mounting Application to Offer Lucrative Opportunities
Expansion of End-Use Industries Propels Demand for Glass Bonding Adhesives
Robust Packaged Food Industry to Impel Label Adhesives Market
Confluence of Positive Factors to Propel Metal Bonding Adhesives Market
Emerging Economies Provide Growth Platform for Roofing Adhesives Market
High Strength Laminating Adhesives Market Gather Stream
Rising Consumption of Packaged Food Propels Lamination Adhesives for Flexible Robust Demand from End-Use Sectors Drive Acrylic Adhesives Market
Acrylic Based Adhesives
The Fastest Growing Product Segment
Acrylic Emulsion Adhesives Market
A Review
Non-Woven Adhesives Witness Increasing Demand in Emerging Markets
Composite Adhesives Market Continues to Experience Notable Expansion
Hot Melt Adhesives Market Maintains Strong Momentum
Economic Growth and Consumer Trends Shape Hot Melt Adhesives Market
Players Eye on Global Expansion
Moisture Curing Adhesives Market Experiencing Consistent Growth
An Overview of Anaerobic Adhesives Market
Emerging Economies to Provide Significant Impetus to Epoxy Adhesives Market
Overview of Electrically Conductive Adhesives Market
Product Innovation and Demand for Flexible Packaging Bolster Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Market
Packaging Remains Promising Application Area
Developing Economies Provide Significant Push to Tile & Stone Adhesive Market
Demand for Solvent-Free, Sustainable Products Drives UV Adhesives Market
An Overview of Waterproof Adhesives Market
Growth of End-Use Industries Provides Impetus to Polyurethane Adhesives Market
Robust Demand from Automotive and Aircraft Industries to Fuel Structural Adhesives Market
Demand for Pre-Packed Food to Drive Rigid Packaging Adhesives Market
Rising Use in Common and Commercial Glues Drives Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesives Market
Water-Based Adhesives
The Most Popular Major Adhesive Technology
Styrene Butadiene Rubber Based Adhesives
A Major Revenue Contributor
Product Developments Spearhead Market Growth
Need to Achieve Product Differentiation Encouraging Product Innovations
Environmental Friendly Products Poised to Benefit
Solvent Based Adhesives Set to Lose Ground to Eco Friendly Green Technologies
Radiation Cured Adhesives Gain Traction
Focus on Innovation in Adhesives
Select Technological Advancements
3M's Multi-Material Composite Urethane Scotch-Weld Adhesives
Advancement Benefit Medical and Automotive Industry
Henkel's Hybrid Structural Instant Adhesives
Uses and Applications

Comeback of the World Construction Sector to Spur Growth in the Market
Playing a Key Role in Automobile Manufacturing
Opportunity Indicators
Finding Use in Every Nook & Corner of the Car
Growing Auto Manufacturer Focus on Light Weight & Flat Design Vehicle Models Drive Strong Business Case for Adhesives
Environmental Regulations Governing Automotive Industry to Drive Demand
Assembly Operations, Footwear & Woodwork Applications Driving Significant Demand for Adhesives
Electronics Sector Provides Traction to Specialized Conductive Adhesive Systems
Medical Adhesives: A Growing Application Area
Flexible Packaging Industry
Novel Adhesive Solutions Need of the Hour
Use of Adhesives in Food Packaging
Ecommerce Boosts Demand for Advanced Adhesives
Regulatory Demands and Technical Challenges
Pressure Sensitive Applications
Driving Significant Gains in Adhesives Market
Opportunity Indicators
A Potential Market for Adhesives
Underwater-Marine Applications to Sustain Demand for Specialized Marine Adhesives
Solar Energy Opens Up a New Avenue for Future Growth
Construction Industry Moves towards Eco-Friendly & Odor-Free Adhesive
Adhesives Cannibalize Sales of Mechanical Fasteners
Nanotechnology to Benefit Adhesive Manufacturing
High Margins Put Advanced Adhesives in Driving Seat
Key Challenges for Adhesives
Availability and Pricing of Raw Materials
Environmental Concerns
Adhesive's Inability to Contain Extreme Temperatures
Expensive Repairing Costs
Need for Improved Confidence on the Longevity


Key End-Use Applications of Adhesives
Consumer Markets
Art and Hobby Adhesives
Auto Aftermarket Adhesives
Beauty Care Products
Do-It-Yourself Adhesives
Paper and School Type Adhesives
Dental and Medical Adhesives
Electrical and Electronic Bonding
Battery Cover Sealing and Battery Assembly
Cable Sealing
Thermally and Electrically Conductive Adhesive Bonding
Motor and Magnet Bonding
Printed Circuit Boards
Pressure Sensitive Applications
Other Markets
Industrial Assembly
Abrasive Bonding
Appliance Assembly
Carpet Bonding
Filter and Heat Exchanger Assembly
Foam Bonding
Footwear Bonding
Foundry Bonding
Friction Materials
Handles on Knives and Other Utensils, Containers, etc.
Insulating and Other Glass Bonding
Office Partitions and Built-in Furniture
Sporting Goods
Textile Assembly
Other Adhesive Applications
On-Site Construction and Repair
Anti-Slip Material Bonding
Ceramic Tile Bonding
Concrete Bonding and Additives
Decorative Applications
Floor Tile, Carpet and Continuous Flooring
General Caulking and Sealing
Geomembranes and Geotextiles
Natural Stone Bonding
Pipe Bonding
Pipe, Cable, and Wire Wrap
Roofing Applications of Adhesives
Sealants for High Rise Windows
Sealants for Penetration Fire Barriers
Signs, Field Assemble & Sealing
Wallcovering, Decorative
Wallcovering, Drywall
Wood and Wood Composites Bonding
Other On-Site Construction Applications
Bottle Cap Liners
Cans Ends and Side Seam Bonding
Case and Carton Sealing
Cigarettes and Cigars
Coextrusion Tiecoats
Corrugated Paper Container and Carton Bonding
Grocery Packaging
Labels and Gummed Tapes
Paper Cups, Paper Cores, and Paper Tubes
Tape Adhesives
Other Adhesives Used in Packaging Applications
Advanced Composite Bonding
Aircraft and Aerospace
Auto, Recreational Vehicle and Truck Bonding
Hem Flange Bonding
Interior and Exterior Trim Bonding
Auto Aftermarket (Professional)
Fuel Tank and Other Sealants
High Temperature Applications
Marine Applications
Safety Glass Laminating
Threadlocking and Retaining
Weather Stripping and Gasket Bonding
Wood Products and Related Industries
Drywall Manufacture
Furniture Bonding
General Wood Bonding
Miscellaneous Markets
Aerosol Packaged Adhesives
Office and School Supplies
Postage Stamps and Other Government Use Adhesives
Miscellaneous Tapes and Labels
Other Uses of Adhesives

Year Y2K Onwards
The 1990s

Avery Dennison Unveils Advanced Line of Adhesives
Actega Introduces UV Laminating Adhesive Range
Dow Unveils New Adhesive Adcotetm L86-500
Ashland Launches Two New Solvent-Based PS Adhesives
Ashland Unveils Emulsion Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
Bostik Launches Bosti-Set
Sun Chemical Unveils FINEPLUS HM Adhesives Product Line from DIC Corporation
Eurobond Adhesives Introduces FlexiFix
LORD Unveils Epoxy-Modified Acrylic Adhesive
DIC Introduces PASLIM VM Series of Dry Laminating Adhesives
Bostik Unveils Olefin Elastic Attachment Adhesive
LORD Introduces Two New IMB Adhesives
Jowat Launches New Jowatherm-Reaktant 642.00 Adhesive
Henkel Unveils New Waterproof Construction Adhesive
LATICRETE Introduces TRI-LITE Adhesive
Ashland Unveils Aroset PS 5335 Modified Acrylic PSA
Ashland Unveils Two New Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
H.B. Fuller Introduces Unique Stretchable Adhesive
Ashland Unveils Aroset PS 6449 PSA
DriTac Launches New Supreme Green Adhesive
Ashland Introduces Aroset PS 5333 PSA
LIQUID NAILS Introduces FUZE*IT Adhesive
3M Unveils New Magnet Bonding Adhesive System
DriTac Launches Eco-Friendly Adhesive
Master Bond Unveils Supreme 11HTLP Two-Part Epoxy Adhesive
Frimpeks Introduces New Line of Self-Adhesive Substrates
H.B. Fuller Introduces Advantra 8790 Adhesive
H.B. Fuller Unveils Woodworking Adhesive Solutions

H.B. Fuller to Take Over Royal Adhesives & Sealants
AkzoNobel Takes Over Disa Technology
Sika Takes Over ABC Sealants
AJ Adhesives & Mid America Packaging Takes Over Adhesives Plus
Saint-Gobain Takes Over TekBond
H.B. Fuller to Buy Adecol
Soudal Takes Over Mitol Adhesive Manufacturer
H.B. Fuller Takes Over Wisdom Worldwide Adhesives
Stauf Adhesives Buys Advanced Adhesives Technologies
Dow Merges with DuPont
BASF Partners with HP Indigo
LORD Enters Exclusive Distribution Relationship with Saint-Gobain
R.D. Abbott Inks Distribution Agreement with LORD
Bostik Expands MRO Product Facility Distribution Network
LINTEC Takes Over MACtac Americas
Ashland Partners with HP
Royal Adhesives & Sealants Acquires Bacon Adhesives
HP Partners with Henkel
H.B. Fuller to buy Cyberbond
H.B. Fuller Takes Over Advanced Adhesives
IPS Takes Over Integra Adhesives
Synthomer to Purchase Hexion PAC Company
Covestro Signs Distribution Agreement with IMCD
Dow Partners with Nordmeccanica Spa to Bring New Technologies
3M Divest Pressurized Polyurethane Foam Adhesives
Arkema Takes Over Bostik
Bostik Inaugurates New Dallas Plant


Total Companies Profiled: 264 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 345)

  • The United States (113)
  • Canada (7)
  • Japan (7)
  • Europe (188)
    • France (10)
    • Germany (35)
    • The United Kingdom (66)
    • Italy (27)
    • Spain (6)
    • Rest of Europe (44)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (26)
  • Middle East (3)

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At the request and after dialogue with the AFCN, Electrabel, a subsidiary of ENGIE, announced on Friday that it has decided to revise the agenda of the scheduled revisions of the Tihange 2 and Doel 4 nuclear units and to adapt the end date for the revision currently taking place on Tihange 3.

These revisions represent the equivalent of more than 7 additional cumulative non-operating months in 2018 for an equivalent of a second generation unit (ca.1GW), with no impact on 2019. The impact of these revisions is a shortfall of around 250 million euros at group EBITDA and net recurring income group share.

ENGIE has immediately decided to put in place a specific action plan to reduce the effects of this new revision agenda on the 2018 financial performance. Moreover, taking into account the good commercial dynamics of the group activities and the good performance of the gas midstream and renewable hydroelectric power generation activities in France, the Group is confident in its ability to significantly offset the impact of the nuclear unavailability.

At the latest, at first half financial results publication on July 27, the Group will be able to clarify and comment in more detail the financial impact resulting from these measures.

After consulting the Belgian Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC), Electrabel decided to modify the agenda of the planned revisions of Tihange 2 and Doel 4 and to adjust the end date of the ongoing Tihange 3 revision. With this adjustment, Electrabel aims to inspect the concrete ceilings of the building adjacent to the reactor building for each unit.

This particular building contains the 2nd level security systems, which are only used if there is a problem with the 1st level systems. Analyses have shown that in these installations, located in the non-nuclear part of the plant, the state of the concrete could be weakened as a result of the hot and humid conditions. Since the safety requirements foresee that the bunker buildings need to withstand an external event, the operator of the plant must be able to demonstrate that this resistance is insured at all times.

As a reminder, during inspections in the planned shutdown of the Doel 3 reactor, the Electrabel teams noticed that the concrete needed to be repaired. The necessary actions to fix this are being taken and the restart is scheduled on August 1, 2018.

At Tihange 3, the scheduled revision is in progress. In April 2018, Electrabel also noted a deterioration of the concrete of the ceilings of the premises housing the outlet nozzles of the vapor exhaust valves. Based on the analyses made since then, it appears that the unavailability of Tihange 3 should be extended till September 30.

Taking into account the return on experience on Doel 3 and Tihange 3, Electrabel decided today to adjust the revisions program for its nuclear park :

The calendar above aims at having the maximum available capacity during the winter, while keeping nuclear safety as a top priority for our 2,000 employees working on our sites. However, these dates are set based on the information known today and could be adjusted depending on the results of the inspections and the work progress. Electrabel will communicate transparently to the markets. Electrabel recalls that these events have no impact on the population, the employees or the environment.


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TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, roughly one third of food produced for human consumption gets wasted before it ever reaches consumers. This wasted food takes up landfill space and generates methane emissions. Most farmers lack the resources to deal with trash a better way, but, better solutions exist.


TCI, a contract manufacturer of dietary supplements, functional beverages and skin care cosmetics, is the first company from Taiwan to commit to using 100% renewable electricity through RE100. TCI believes waste is just a misplaced resource. For fruits and plants, leftovers and over ripened pieces create an opportunity to make valuable compounds.

In addition to sourcing farm products from global farmers, TCI works closely with local Taiwanese farmers. TCI's engineers developed methods to turn banana peels, peanut shells, etc., into valuable compounds using anaerobic fermentation with specialized micro-organisms.

Back in the lab scientists use them as precursors for products, or to create natural anti-microbial compounds without relying on industrial potentially harmful cleaners. With these compounds they can even create natural anti-anxiety, sleep aid supplements, and much more!

Recovering the waste on the farms helps reduce the need to import these compounds from abroad and shrinks down waste. Best of all, the enzymes from the decomposition help fertilize the soils, increasing yields for next year's crop.

As a product developer and manufacturer, TCI has continuously unveiled technological breakthroughs in the nutraceutical and cosmeceutical industries. The company's ability to uncover the hidden potential in various natural ingredients has opened up all kinds of possibilities in development of products and prophylaxis for healthy lifestyles.

Earlier this year, TCI has committed to sourcing 100% of its energy from renewables by 2030, with an interim target of 30% by 2020. This year, due to a sizeable investment, they anticipate reaching 25% renewable energy by year-end.

"Environmental responsibility remains a strategic focus at TCI," said Vincent Lin, TCI's chairman. "Manufacturers have a clear role to play. It's not just about cost saving, it's about creating a cleaner world for our customers and their families," Lin said.

They plan to achieve this goal through purchasing renewable energy and developing new solar plants. Taiwan's new T-REC program enables TCI to selectively purchase renewable energy from the grid, sending a strong signal of support across the island.

On June 13th, TCI was recognized with the Taiwan Excellence in Business Award by Taiwan's Industrial Development Bureau for their dedication to circular innovation and efforts on sourcing 100% renewable energy.

To officially welcome TCI's membership in the RE100, Sam Kimmins who runs the campaign, visited TCI's headquarters in Taipei as well as the LEED gold certified factory in Pingtung. Kimmins was impressed with the innovative technology at the green factory.

"By committing to 100% renewable electricity through RE100, TCI is demonstrating their long-term approach to business, and a deep understanding of their international business customers' needs. By calling on other businesses in Taiwan to also commit to RE100, TCI is taking a leading role in driving forward a clean energy economy in Taiwan", said Kimmins during his trip.

TCI hopes it can pioneer a renewable future for Taiwan and encourage other companies to follow it's example.

"Long recognized for its high quality and safe biomedical products, our company is excited to lead Taiwan in renewable energy progress and going green," Lin said. TCI works closely with brands in the planning process, using its combined marketing strategies and extensive experience to develop effective products with intuitive features to meet consumers' demands. As customers demand more responsible production, TCI looks forward to collaborating with its partners and clients to meet this critical need.

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SHANGHAI, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ReneSola Ltd ("ReneSola" or the "Company") ( (NYSE: SOL), a leading fully integrated solar project developer and operator, today announced today that Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund ("Sequoia") had agreed to extend senior debt facility to 36 million euro for ReneSola's 55MW of projects in Poland, each with a capacity of 1MW. In December 2017, Sequoia, which invests in a diversified portfolio of senior and subordinated economic infrastructure debt investments, provided a senior loan of 15 million euro for all of ReneSola's 55MW projects in the region.

All of these 55MW projects are under Poland's Contract for Difference (CFD) regime and eligible for a 15-year guaranteed tariff.  These projects will be completed in three phases. The first 14MW are under construction and are expected to reach commercial operation by the end of the second quarter of 2018. The remaining 41MW of projects are expected to be constructed in the second half of 2018 and connected to the grid in late 2018.

Dolf Kohnhorst, partner of Sequoia, commented: "We are delighted to support ReneSola on its continued growth in Poland. Sequoia focuses on backing strong infrastructure projects with best-in-class management and we look forward to more opportunities to finance ReneSola in the future."

Xianshou Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ReneSola, commented: "We are very pleased to secure additional financing for our projects, and appreciate the confidence Sequoia continues to show through their increased financial support. This new financing facility also further reinforces our confidence in the potential of the downstream project development market in Poland. Furthermore, it demonstrates that the capital markets continue to believe in our ability to successfully develop projects in the region.  Securing this financing is a meaningful step towards further supporting solar deployment in Poland, and I look forward to expanding our opportunity there."

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SAN JOSE, Calif., June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR), one of the world's most innovative and sustainable energy companies, will formally introduce its highest efficiency X-Series residential solar panel this week during Intersolar Europe in Munich, Germany. At 370-watts and 22.7-percent efficiency, it is the most efficient solar panel that customers can buy for their home today.

"Building on over 30 years of experience and more than 9 gigawatts of solar generating clean energy worldwide, SunPower continues to raise the bar with record-setting solar technology," said Gabi Bunea, SunPower vice president, research and development. "By engineering greater efficiency solar panels, we can fit more watts on the roof in the same amount of space when compared to conventional solar, offering customers the best value for energy."

The 370-watt X-Series solar panel offers 60 percent more power than a conventional solar panel from the same amount of roof space over 25 years. It only takes 15 SunPower panels to produce as much energy as 22 conventional panels, which means homeowners require fewer panels to generate an equal amount of electricity. Made with third-generation SunPower® Maxeon® solar cells that are built on a solid metal foundation for high reliability and performance, SunPower panels are virtually impervious to the corrosion and cracking that typically degrade conventional panels allowing the company to offer an industry-leading 25-year Combined Power and Product Warranty.  

"In mature solar markets such as Europe, our customers expect high-quality, proven technology, and we're meeting those demands with SunPower's record-setting solar panels," said Chris de Jong, director of Netherlands' Isogoed Duurzaam Besparen B.V. and one of SunPower's 1,400 installation partners operating around the world. "We look forward to helping more homeowners save on monthly electric bills with a growing range of high-efficiency, reliable solar solutions from SunPower."

In addition, this year SunPower is expanding its suite of residential solar solutions for homeowners in EMEA and parts of APAC with the P-19 Series (P-19) solar panel offering 19 percent efficiency, which is currently available to commercial customers in select APAC markets. Engineered with the same innovative shingled cell design as the 17-percent efficient P-Series solar panel used in commercial applications, P-19 uses monocrystaline PERC solar cells to generate up to 32 percent more energy in the same space over 25 years when compared to conventional panels. The P-19 solar panel is a lower cost option compared to SunPower's E-Series and X-Series panels, yet still delivers high quality and reliability to customers, and is also backed by SunPower's 25-year Combined Power and Product Warranty. 

Visit booth A2.171 at Intersolar Europe in Germany from June 20 to 22 to speak with a SunPower expert or view the solar technology in person. To find out if the new 370-watt X-Series and P-19 solar panels are available in your area, contact your nearest SunPower installer or visit

About SunPower
As one of the world's most innovative and sustainable energy companies, SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) provides a diverse group of customers with complete solar solutions and services. Residential customers, businesses, governments, schools and utilities around the globe rely on SunPower's more than 30 years of proven experience. From the first flip of the switch, SunPower delivers maximum value and superb performance throughout the long life of every solar system. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, SunPower has dedicated, customer-focused employees in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. For more information about how SunPower is changing the way our world is powered, visit  

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NEWARK, N.J. and NEW HOPE, Pa., June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Solbright Group, Inc. (OTCQB: SBRT), a multi-faceted energy services and technology company and M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC dba Iota, a company that provides comprehensive Internet of Things (IoT) communication solutions, today announced an agreement in which the two companies will work together to offer a comprehensive, next-generation Smart Facilities line of products and services called SF Net.

Leveraging expertise and resources from both companies, SF Net combines a network and suite of solutions that will provide corporate and campus facility managers with a one-stop, turnkey-installed, facility-wide, carrier-grade network and applications platform with an extensive set of ready-to-implement applications. Pricing will start as low as 2 cents per square foot per month and will be maintained and monitored by Iota 24/7.

Iota, with offices in New Hope, PA and Phoenix, AZ, provides comprehensive solutions for creating, connecting and managing communications for IoT. They created the first dedicated, national, carrier-grade wireless network system which standardizes and simplifies IoT network access for end-customers.

Iota's network system connects standard Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi-based beacons and sensors to its Cloud Platform data store, from which any end-user application can access location, tracking, or sensor-based data for inclusion into end-user management systems.

As part of their continuing rollout of nationwide wireless coverage, which will be a big benefit to SF Net, Iota also announced the region-wide rollout of its network system to fully cover Newark, NJ, Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV.

Solbright, with offices in Newark, NJ and Charleston, SC, leverages their proprietary BrightAI™ IoT platform with energy efficiency services, such as automated Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) LED lighting, solar PV, and predictive maintenance in order to increase efficiency and reduce cost. 

BrightAI™ is a converged IoT-based management platform that can monitor indoor air quality or mechanical sensors, meters, or building automation and control devices in a facility. It features energy management and predictive maintenance applications by way of a cloud control dashboard. BrightAI™ is ideal for many facility IoT applications including monitoring and alerting, demand response, demand control ventilation and predictive analytics.

Together, the synergies of both companies provide the technological backbone for SF Net as the mobile-enabled end-user applications will include:

  • Energy analytics and demand response
  • Facility-wide micro-tracking of individual items or important assets down to 1 meter resolution
  • Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V)
  • Photo imaging capability for visual monitoring and control
  • Predictive analytics, maintenance and early-warning fault notification for operating machinery
  • Proximity-based alerting and response
  • Remote temperature, humidity, light and air quality monitoring and control

The Solbright-Iota team plans to launch SF Net with current Solbright partner, the Ying Wu College of Computing at New Jersey Institute of Technology as well as current Iota customer Arizona Christian University.

Today's announcement is part of an ongoing business building approach by Solbright to create strategic partnerships and alliances with like-minded growth companies that complement their products and services in an effort to increase sales and grow their brand.

About Solbright Group, Inc.:

Solbright Group, Inc. is an industrial automation and energy management company providing Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that help commercial and industrial facilities increase efficiency and reduce cost.  We deliver technology solutions for building and machine automation and energy conservation that complement our energy conservation services such as LED lighting retrofits, HVAC system retrofits and solar engineering, procurement and construction services. Our focus is towards the development and commercialization of an Internet of Things software platform that supports Big Data applications that complement our energy management services. More information is available at

About M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC dba Iota

M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC dba Iota is operating the first licensed, nationwide wireless network dedicated to the rapidly emerging Machine-to-Machine industry. The company is developing a wide-area, ubiquitous coverage, data radio system based on licensed spectrum and proprietary technology; purpose-built and dedicated solely to M2M applications for the long-term. M2M Spectrum Networks has locations in Phoenix, Arizona, New Hope, Pennsylvania, and Jacksonville, Florida. To learn more Iota, visit their Website at

About the Ying Wu College of Computing at NJIT

As the only college of its kind in New Jersey, the Ying Wu College of Computing (YWCC) builds on decades of dedicated computing education and research. YWCC is the largest computing program in the New York City region and graduates approximately 750 computing professionals each year, yet our classes remain small, averaging about 30 students.

Our faculty are engaged in cutting-edge research in areas ranging from networking and computer security to big data analytics, to bioinformatics, gaming and virtual reality.  Our students have access to mobile devices, high-end workstations, game development software, robots, and networking equipment – both wired and wireless. Our students are groomed for a wide range of employment options, and most will end up working at the best companies, often before graduation.

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is a leading public technological research university, focusing on the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, as well as architecture, design, and management.

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SMA und 3E bringen PV-Monitoring auf den nächsten Level


Während sich die Energieversorgungsstrukturen rasant verändern, ebnen die SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) und 3E den Weg für die Etablierung unabhängiger Plattformen für Energiemonitoring und –management. Die Lösungen der beiden Anbieter, die PV Monitoring-Plattform SynaptiQ von 3E und die IoT-Plattform für Energiemanagement von SMA ennexOS, können direkt miteinander vernetzt werden.

Als global führender Spezialist für PV-Systemtechnik führt SMA ihre Kunden mit ennexOS in die digitale Energiewelt der Zukunft. ennexOS ermöglicht erstmals ein ganzheitliches und intelligentes Energiemanagement über alle Sektoren hinweg. SynaptiQ, 3E’s hardware-unabhängige und hoch flexible Domain Model-basierte PV-Monitoring-Plattform mit mehr als 2,7 GWp überwachter Leistung ist auf die Bedürfnisse von professionellen Asset Managern sowie O&M-Dienstleistern zugeschnitten. Die Software bietet innovative Lösungen zu Reporting, Alarm- und Ticketmanagement sowie der Performanceanalyse.

SMA verfolgt mit ennexOS einen offenen Plattform-Ansatz. Die Implementierung eines Verbindungstemplates ermöglicht vom SMA Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS aus die Anbindung zu Portalen anderer Anbieter. Ab dem 3. Quartal 2018 wird die Verbindung zu SynaptiQ im SMA Data Manager M auswählbar sein. Im nächsten Schritt wird ein Datenaustausch zwischen Sunny Portal und weiteren Bausteinen von ennexOS auf der einen Seite und SynaptiQ und Data Service-Produkten von 3E auf der anderen Seite verfügbar sein.

Basierend auf offenen Plattformen und etablierten Industrie-Standards gestalten SMA und 3E die Zukunft des PV-Monitorings, um die Integration aller zu Energieerzeugung, -speicherung und -verbrauch relevanter Daten zu ermöglichen.

Über SMA
Die SMA Gruppe ist mit einem Umsatz von rund 900 Millionen Euro im Jahr 2017 ein global führender Spezialist für Photovoltaik-Wechselrichter, einer zentralen Komponente jeder Solarstromanlage. SMA bietet ein breites Produkt- und Lösungsportfolio an, das einen hohen Energieertrag für solare Hausdachanlagen, gewerbliche Solarstromanlagen und große Solarkraftwerke ermöglicht. Zur effizienten Steigerung des PV-Eigenverbrauchs kann die SMA Systemtechnik einfach mit unterschiedlichen Batterietechnologien kombiniert werden. Intelligente Energiemanagement-Lösungen, digitale Energielösungen sowie umfangreiche Servicedienstleistungen bis hin zur operativen Betriebsführung von Solarkraftwerken runden das Angebot von SMA ab. Hauptsitz des Unternehmens ist Niestetal bei Kassel. SMA ist in 20 Ländern vertreten und beschäftigt weltweit mehr als 3.000 Mitarbeiter, davon allein 500 in der Entwicklung. Die mehrfach ausgezeichnete Technologie von SMA ist durch über 1.100 Patente und eingetragene Gebrauchsmuster geschützt. Die Muttergesellschaft SMA Solar Technology AG ist seit 2008 im Prime Standard der Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (S92) notiert und aktuell als einziges Unternehmen der Solarbranche im TecDAX gelistet.

Über 3E
3E ist ein globales Beratungs- und Software-Serviceunternehmen und bietet Lösungen zur Performance-Optimierung von Erneuerbaren-Energien und Energieeffizienzprojekten an. Die professionellen Leistungen decken den gesamten Projekt-Lebenszyklus ab. 3E kombiniert ein tiefes Verständnis der Branchenanforderungen mit in-house Innovationen in Zusammenarbeit mit führenden F&E-Zentren. Das internationale Expertenteam von 3E umfasst rund 100 Mitarbeiter an den Standorten Brüssel (Hauptstandort), London, Paris, Toulouse, Istanbul, Delhi und Kapstadt und verfügt über mehr als 15 Jahre Projekterfahrung in über 40 Ländern. Darauf vertrauen große Kapitalgeber im globalen Markt für Erneuerbare Energien. Darüber hinaus berät 3E Projektentwickler, Asset Manager, Betreiber, Investoren und Politiker. Seit 2010 entwickelt 3E SYNAPTIQ, eine führende Performance-Software-Plattform für Assets im Bereich der Erneuerbaren Energien, auf der mehr als 3.000 gewerbliche Anlagen und Großkraftwerkeaus über 30 Ländern registriert sind. 3E bietet nun webbasiert Solar Einstrahlungsdaten für den PV Sektor an. Für den 3E Daten Service werden die fortschrittlichsten Satelliten basierenden physikalischen Modelle verwendet. Diese wurden mit über 200 Wetterstationen in Westeuropa mit exzellenten Ergebnissen validiert.

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GOTHENBURG, Sweden, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

Swedish solar company Azelio on June 14th launched a demonstrator of its unique technology for solar energy storage. The technology is revolutionizing in its ability to generate clean electricity on demand around-the clock in a distributed way. It has modularity benefits and is more cost efficient than competing technologies, including fossil based.

Azelio's unique solution is based on Stirling Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) with multi-hour Thermal Energy Storage (TES). It can be built in a modular way from small to very large installations with maintained low cost and high efficiency. The system is distributed for local production and storage of heat, which can at any point be withdrawn from the storage and converted into electricity for 24/7 capacity. The technology is well suited for areas with weak or non-existent grids. It can thus be used to accelerate the roll-out of electricity to the more than one billion people in the world that lack that access as of today, enabling societal growth.

Since the greatest energy recovery is obtained in the conversion phase, Azelio is using an aluminium alloy as a storage media for its very specific phase changing characteristics. This storage media does not need refilling to maintain its efficiency, as opposed to common storage technologies using salt or water. Azelio's main market focus is initially projects in the size of 500 kW to 20 MW, targeting a gap on the global energy market.

"Showcasing this technology is a great milestone for Azelio. We have now proven that this world-unique solution works and together with our partners we will continue the development and commercialization. Low cost and clean electricity that is made accessible on demand also in remote locations at all hours of the day is really a game changer," says Jonas Eklind, CEO of Azelio.

Azelio just secured a significantly oversubscribed private placement of 100 MSEK and is planning for a listing on the Stockholm stock exchange. In 2019, a verification project will be built together with the strategic partner, Masen (Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy) in Morocco.

About Azelio
Azelio is a privately held Swedish high-tech SME specialized in Stirling engine-based renewable energy systems, with a highly efficient Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) solution with low cost and modular multi-hour Thermal Energy Storage (TES). This technology is revolutionizing for its unique ability to generate clean electricity to a low cost, at all hours of the day. The company has its headquarters in Gothenburg, with 60+ employees and production facilities located in the heart of the Nordic automotive and aerospace clusters in Uddevalla and an engineering centre in Åmål and a sales office in Beijing. The Stirling engine is produced in a state-of-the-art assembly line and the company has access to the most advanced material suppliers and engineering centres of excellence in Northern Europe. Since inception the company has raised to more than one billion SEK. In June of 2018 the company changed its name from Cleanergy to Azelio.

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The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Flat Glass in Thousand Metric Tons by the following Product and End-Use Segments:

Product Segments

End-Use Segments

  • Construction (Residential, & Commercial)
  • Automotive (OE Glazing, & Automotive Glass Replacement)
  • Others

The report profiles 94 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • AGC Glass Company North America (USA)
  • Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • Asahi India Glass Ltd. (India)
  • Carlex Glass America, LLC (USA)
  • Central Glass Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • Compagnie De Saint-Gobain (France)
  • Europe (Belgium)
  • Guardian Industries (USA)
  • Gujarat Guardian Limited (India)
  • Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • PT Asahimas Flat Glass Tbk (Indonesia)
  • Saint-Gobain Glass India Ltd (India)
  • Saint-Gobain SEFPRO (France)
  • Taiwan Glass Group (Taiwan)
  • Trakya Cam Sanayii A.S. (Turkey)
  • Viridian Glass (Australia)
  • Xinyi Glass Holdings Limited (China)

Key Topics Covered: 

Flat Glass Market: A Prelude
Growth Drivers for Flat Glass Industry: On a Scale 1
Rising Demand from End-use Application Segments Propel Flat Glass Market
Flat Glass Products
Laminated and Tempered Glass Markets Hold Promise
Developing Regions Continue to Power Flat Glass Demand, Saturation Hits Developed Markets
China: A Major Influencing Market
Production Scenario
Float: The Predominant Flat Glass Manufacturing Technique
Rolled Glass: A Small Market
Corning Develops Thin Rolled Glass Stored Using Spools
Fabricated Flat Glass: Driving Force in the Flat Glass Market

Intense Competition Characterizes Flat Glass Market
Automotive Glass
A Highly Concentrated Market
Architectural Glass Market
Solar Glass
Xinyi Solar Leads the Market

Construction Industry: The Largest End-Use Market for Flat Glass
Construction Sector Activity Influences Market Growth
Increasing Usage of Glass in Building Construction
Glass Use in Automotive Industry: Value-Added Features Find Favor
Automotive Industry Dynamics Affects Flat Glass Demand
Glazing Used for Styling and Differentiation of Automobiles
Flat Glass in Solar Power Generation: Opportunity in Store
Frameless Panels: A Game Changing Technology to Drive Flat Glass Demand
Potential for Rolled Glass Makers in Solar PV Market
Tempered Low Iron Glass: Threat to Rolled Glass Usage in Solar PV Units?
Value-Added Products to Drive Flat Glass Market
Innovative Frequency-Selective Solar Glazing Material
Coated Flat Glass Market
An Insight
Regulations Drive Demand for Fire-Resistant Glass
Smart Automotive Glass Market
A Review
A glance at some types of smart automotive glass and their benefits
Are They a Threat?
High Capital Investments
A Major Entry Barrier
Energy & Raw Material: Major Cost Components
Rapid Urbanization Worldwide: A Key Growth Driver
Rising Population & Middle Class Segment Bodes Well for Market Growth


Construction: A Major End-Use Market
Building Products Market
Automotive Sector
OEM Applications
Automotive Glass Replacement (AGR)
Types of Automotive Glazing
Design Requirements
Toughened and Laminated Glazing Parameters
A Comparison
Features for Future
Specialty Applications

Stringent Production Standards in the US
Maximum Allowable Contaminant Levels in Float Cullet
Automotive Regulations
Safety Glazing Legislations
BS Codes
Building Regulations

Fives Introduces New Float Glass Line
AGC Unveils LUXCLEAR Protect Anti-corrosion Glass
AGC Unveils Energy Select 20 High-Performance Low-E Coating

Guardian to Invest in Float & Coated Glass Plant
Saint-Gobain to Construct New Flat Glass Production Line
AGC to Divest TQMP Glass Company
Saint-Gobain to Inaugurate New Flat Glass Production Facility
Asahimas to Construct Flat Glass Plant in CIKAMPEK
Vitro Takes Over Pittsburgh Glass Works
Bangkok Glass Forays into Flat Glass Market
Saint-Gobain Takes Over Pietta Glass Working
Sisecam Takes Over Sangalli
AGC to Build New Float Glass Production Facility in Brazil
Fuyao Glass to Establish New Float Glass Unit
Vitro Takes Over Flat Glass Operations
Saint-Gobain to Invest in Flat Glass Production Facility



Total Companies Profiled: 94 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 137)

  • The United States (10)
  • Japan (5)
    • Europe (55)
    • France (7)
    • Germany (12)
    • The United Kingdom (6)
    • Italy (5)
    • Spain (2)
    • Rest of Europe (23)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (53)
  • Middle East (9)
  • Latin America (3)
  • Africa (2)

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• New technical services for large-scale rooftop and open-space PV systems up to 5 MW

• Growth plan is intended to lead to 30 percent increase in international sales turnover

Bad Staffelstein / Germany, June 18, 2018 – IBC SOLAR AG, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage, offers its partner companies new technical services in the domain of large-scale rooftop and open-space systems up to 5 MW. The new service range is part of a strategic growth plan for IBC SOLAR which aims to increase sales in international trade activities by 30 percent.

With its new technical services, IBC SOLAR enables its customers to enter a new business sector by realizing larger systems and complex PV projects up to 5 MWp. As an experienced PV project planner which has already implemented 650 MWp in major projects worldwide, IBC SOLAR allows its customers to plan and realize projects starting from a feasibility study up to the commissioning stage. In addition, IBC SOLAR supports its partners in the participation in tenders. This partnership means that high quality standards are met, making projects a sound investment and ensuring long-term yields.  

Albert Engelbrecht, Senior Vice President Solutions International: “For 2018 we have set the target of 30 percent volume growth for our international trade activities. Therefore, we are now systematically expanding our service portfolio. This will enable us to grow together with our customers worldwide.” Key markets are Europe and the MENA region. Moreover, in order to further develop trade activities in Latin America, the headcount has recently been increased by a sales representative in Colombia. After its start-up period, IBC SOLAR’s subsidiary in South Africa is also perfectly prepared for capturing the Sub-Saharan region.

The scope of new technical services is made up of three steps. A technical feasibility study determines the rough layout, bill of materials, and estimates the workload during construction. A financial feasibility study uses the power plant’s simulated yield and performance ratio together with the expected capital and operational expenditure in order to calculate the electricity production costs. On that basis, it is possible to make a decision on whether to further invest or to halt all efforts before spending too much money on a project that is not feasible.

The second stage consists of detailed engineering. Its main goal is to design the best technical solution for a specific project and to create all necessary documents for the construction in order to get the requisite permits from utilities and local authorities.

Finally, in the realization stage there are two main factors to be controlled, time and quality. 

IBC SOLAR provides TÜV-certified engineers who have experience in the design of more than 1,000 PV projects. These engineers assist directly on site to complete and connect the PV plant to the grid in time, thus ensuring the high quality of construction.

More information on the company’s international services as well as on further news and product highlights from IBC SOLAR, is also available at the Intersolar Europe (Munich, June 20 to 24, 2018), Europe’s leading trade fair for solar technology, in hall A3, booth 579.

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PECHINO, 16 giugno 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: JASO), un produttore leader mondiale di prodotti per energia solare a elevate prestazioni, ha annunciato oggi di aver vinto il premio "Top Performer 2018" di DNV GL, un istituto di fama mondiale indipendente di certificazione e di esperti di energia. JA Solar ha ottenuto questo premio per la terza volta. Sia nel 2014 che nel 2016, JA Solar ha superato i testi del prodotto e ha ricevuto la certificazione del prodotto dalla PVEL (una società sussidiaria interamente controllata di DNV GL) e ha vinto il premio "Top Performer".

DNV GL vanta una solida reputazione nell'industria del fotovoltaico. Il suo rapporto annuale PV Module Reliability Scorecard (scheda di valutazione sull'affidabilità dei moduli FV) riguarda le prove e le analisi dei prodotti di moduli di diversi produttori, ed è considerato la valutazione sull'affidabilità dei moduli FV più completa. L'onore del premio "Top Performer" si basa sulla scheda di valutazione sull'affidabilità dei moduli FV di DNV GL. Il test di affidabilità riguarda il ciclo di vita completo del prodotto, che include il ciclo termico IEC, calore umido, radiazioni ultraviolette, carico meccanico dinamico, riduzione PID e test hot spot. I risultati del test forniscono referenze autorevoli per i potenziali acquirenti di attrezzature FV e per gli investitori di centrali elettriche.

JA Solar è impegnata nella ricerca e nello sviluppo di moduli solari prodotti su larga scala e ad alta efficienza, che possano ridurre efficacemente il costo livellato di elettricità (LCOE). JA Solar ha sempre dimostrato di essere all'avanguardia nell'industria, sia con lo sviluppo e la produzione di massa dei prodotti PERC, sia con l'introduzione dei moduli con doppio vetro e bi facciali PERC da 1500V. Il premio "Top Performer" di DNV GL dimostra inoltre la resistenza tecnica e la capacità di JA Solar di fornire prodotti solari ad elevate prestazioni e di massima affidabilità.

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