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There could be multiple reasons why solar installers might recommend an inverter size that is smaller than your solar array size, but don’t be alarmed. For instance, a 3kW rated(...)
Good news! An array of solar batteries are now available in New Zealand, allowing customers freedom of choice; something that wasn't plausible only a few short years ago. By now I'm(...)
There are two main types of solar power systems available today. One is a solar power system that generates power whilst the other is a solar hot water system that generates hot(...)
Keeping up maintenance on solar power systems is conveniently easy as they have no moving parts. If solar panels are titled on an angle, as most are, then they will self clean in the rain, removing the majority of dirt and debris.
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A colleague here in New Zealand recently introduced me to a new solar innovation: bifacial solar panels. I did a little research, and it turns out these bifacial panels are pretty neat. By utilizing reflective light from roofing, concrete, or snow alongside direct(...)
This March, Europe will be graced by an astronomical occurrence will potentially affect the future of solar power. On the morning of March 20, a solar eclipse will pass over Europe, which is predicted to be visible from Turkey to Greenland. Although European solar(...)