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Day in the life: Enrique de Ramon – Managing Director of Solarcentury in Latin America

In the fourth of our “Nice to meet you” series featuring Solarcentury people, Enrique de Ramon reflects on his first month as Managing Director of Solarcentury in Latin America. Q:  How long have you worked in the solar sector and what attracted you to the industry in the first place? I’ve worked in solar for ten […]

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Day in the life: Peter Italiano, Head of Product Development at Solarcentury

In the first in our new “Nice to meet you” series featuring Solarcentury people, Peter Italiano, Head of Product Development at Solarcentury, talks about when he met the Queen, and how he helped bring Solarcentury’s latest module Sunstation to life. Peter: I work in the Innovation team at SC and we are responsible for developing […]

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Watt’s in store… A Hampshire home is leading the way in using solar power with a revolutionary battery storage

By combining a battery with their existing solar panels, a Hampshire family is making a massive saving on their energy bills.

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An energy emergency in May 2016 – why? Dr Andrew Crossland explains…

Solarcentury explains the need for backup power in the UK.

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Solar PV systems for commercial rooftops

Guest insight: Nicky Wightman of Savills shares the questions she sees commercial real estate clients consider when evaluating solar PV. A solar PV system is a well-established method of reaping benefit from your businesses’ least used asset; the roof. Solar is now a mainstream and reliable technology – which should be easy to buy and […]

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Glint and glare – how dazzling is PV?

With the expansion of Heathrow back in the press the old issue of glint and glare from solar PV systems will undoubtedly re-emerge. And whether you are installing multi-megawatts next to an airport or 50kWp next to an airfield, you’ve no doubt been asked about glare from modules at some stage in your solar life. […]

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