Panasonic today announced that its HIT photovoltaic module’s high-level of resistance to potential induced degradation (PID) has been verified by the results of tests conducted within and outside the company. The test..
Kyocera solar modules installed in a French village to the east of Lyon recently marked a special anniversary — the modules, which were used for France‘s first grid-tied solar power generating system,..
Sun-powered system developed by MIT students could provide electricity, heat and cooling to rural schools and clinics
In some isolated clinics in parts of Africa, the electricity needed to power lights and medical devices is generated by expensive imported diesel fuel; the water supply can be so cold in..
Kyocera, along with six other companies, today announced the completion of capital investment procedures for the establishment of Kagoshima Mega Solar Power Corporation, a new company which will be tasked with operating..
Panasonic Sponsors Tokai University at South African Solar Challenge 2012- longest distance solar car race in the world
Panasonic announced its sponsorship of Tokai University’s solar car team competing at the South African Solar Challenge 2012 (SASC), the longest distance solar car race in the world, to be held from..
Kyocera along with Marubeni and Wakachiku announced that the companies have supplied a solar power generating system to the Majuro Hospital in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, a part of Micronesia…
Panasonic has a vision of becoming the No. 1 Green Innovation Company in the Electronics Industry and the company’s energy technologies play an important role in realizing this vision. On June 7,..
Kyocera completes its solar modules installation for the first phase of the SoftBank Kyoto Solar Park in Japan
Kyocera announced that it has completed installation of its solar modules for the first phase of the SoftBank Kyoto Solar Park (Kyoto City, Japan), and that the approximately 2.1 megawatt (MW) installation..
Panasonic was presented with the IEEE Corporate Innovation Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on June 30 for developing and commercializing high-performance heterojunction solar technology (HIT). Panasonic HIT..
Panasonic today announced that a car carrier outfitted with Panasonic’s green technology has been completed and is now ready for the sea. The ship named Emerald Ace, designed to achieve zero emissions..