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Array Technologies Selected For One Of The Largest Bifacial Solar Projects In Australia

Bifacial solar cells and panels are moving more seriously into play now thanks to cost drops and efficiency improvements. A bifacial solar panel is essentially a solar panel that can collect energy from the front side and the rear side (a normal monofacial panel only collects energy from one side). Array Technologies boosts that technology even further with solar tracking technology, capturing much more sunlight than a normal solar array.

Ron Corio & The Solar Engineers Leading Array Technologies (#CleanTechnica Exclusive, Part 1)

I enjoyed a group of refreshing high-energy people in presentations, lunches, dinners, and solar power plant tours for a few days last week. It lifted my energy in a number of ways. I liked learning about the nuts and bolts of advanced solar power systems — that was part of it. The positive, engaging conversations with smart and oh so lively solar engineers set my standards for dinner companions up a notch. Maybe I like hearing people mention algorithms quite often. I plan to follow this piece with a few more technological posts, but this first one is about solar engineers, the people behind the technology.

Aeromine wind harvesting units line the edge of the roofline of commercial properties such as warehouse distribution centers, manufacturing facilities, data centers, multi-family and suburban office properties.

Veriten Leads Latest Funding Round For Aeromine Technologies’ Innovative Distributed Power Wind Energy Solution

Pioneering Energy Technology-Investment Firm Leads $9M Capital Raise; Advances Urgent Sustainable Solutions for a Changing World IRVINE, California & HOUSTON, Texas — Rooftop wind energy innovator Aeromine Technologies announced that it has closed an approximately $9 million funding round to accelerate the roll out of its breakthrough, motionless, on-site wind … [continued]

A view of the new roll-out solar array unfolding after NASA astronauts Steve Bowen and Woody Hoburg successfully installed it to the 1B power channel on June 15, 2023. Credit: NASA TV

NASA Spacewalkers Finish Installing Roll-Out Solar Array

Expedition 69 flight engineers Woody Hoburg and Steve Bowen of NASA concluded their spacewalk at 2:17 p.m. EDT after 5 hours and 35 minutes. Hoburg and Bowen completed their major objective to install an IROSA (International Space Station Roll-Out Solar Array) to augment power generation for the 1B power channel … [continued]