Monthly Archives: October 2015

Of light shows, solar winds and Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)

Wednesday, 28 October 2015: Since we at SimpliSolar are professionals in harnessing solar energy from the Sun via solar PV systems, we are also very well aware of other interactions between the Sun and our planet, Earth apart from just solar radiation i.e. sunlight from the Sun. Hence, we will take a look at something […]

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The winds for Solar Energy are shifting

Wednesday, 21 October 2015: Just a week ago, EnergySage released its first inaugural U.S. Solar Marketplace Intel Report™ which according to them, “provides a one-of-a-kind visibility into the residential and small-scale commercial solar market in the United States, based on statistically valid transaction-level data.” The data acquired was synthesized and interpreted to reveal “consumer buying […]

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2015 World Solar Challenge is burning brighter than ever

Monday, 19 October 2015: We are in the year 2015 and indeed it is a world where the tech industry is flourishing greater than ever as seen in CES 2015 earlier this year – CES stands for Consumer Electronics Showcase. What’s most surprising is that there was a whole lot of automotive tech going on this time […]

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SEDA Malaysia announces proposed Quota and FiT Rates for 2016

Thursday, 15 October 2015: Since the Quota, Respective Mechanisms, Dates & FiT Rates for Renewable Energy (RE) will be revised and proposed simultaneously by SEDA Malaysia, this post will serve as an avenue for the first-hand release of these updates to ensure that you will always get the latest development in the RE department. Do take […]

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The competition in the Solar Tech industry is flaring up

Tuesday, 13 October 2015: Lately, things are really beginning to flare up in the solar techniverse and this can very well be seen with Tesla’s Elon Musk’s recent announcement about its higher efficiency solar panels. He mentioned that his solar panels have been tested to have an “effective 22.04% conversion efficiency” and they would come at a […]

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