Simply stated, we need energy to sustain our lives, from switching on our coffee makers in the morning to driving home from work at night and with our ever-increasing population this energy demand will grow. Moreover, we need even more energy in order to develop our nation economically. The positive correlation between energy consumption and economic development can be attributed to the energy used to manufacture more products, provide services, and all of the other aspects that increase a nation’s economy.

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System Integration

Operating couple of photovoltaic modules and an inverter is not a plug-and-play task, our customers should ensure most favorable results from their investment in both cost savings and energy production.

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Karma Hotel

Karma hotel is a 3 star hotel located in the very sunny Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt. It is built over approximately 4000m^2 with 86 rooms consuming an average of 360KW of electricity annually.

Sumitomo taps RES, Toshiba for major US energy storage project

Monday, 20 April 2015 16:12

The Japanese conglomerate is investing in renewable energy infrastructure to help balance the electricity grid serving the northeastern United States. Sumitomo has commissioned RES to build the first independent large-scale battery power storage system for the frequency regulation market operated by regional grid operator PJM.

ib vogt completes 132.4 MW of solar in UK

Monday, 20 April 2015 14:58

The German company and its British subsidiary connected eight solar farms in the United Kingdom in the first three months of the year and prior to the 1.4 ROC deadline.

Hanwha Q Cells signs 1.5 GW PV module deal with NextEra

Monday, 20 April 2015 14:01

The agreement will supply NextEra's solar investments in the United States and make the South Korean panel maker the market share leader among global manufacturers in the U.S. and Japan -- two of the three world's largest solar markets.

SunPower breaks ground on 86 MW solar plant in South Africa

Monday, 20 April 2015 12:49

The project, secured under a development deal with parent group Total and South African Mulilo Solar Enterprises, is expected to be fully operational next year.