This Week in Green Tech: Efficient Organic Solar, PV Reliability, Wind Turbine Recycling, Drones for Solar Design

added 04.06.2020 07:59

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But regardless of the product plug, the video presents a realistic view of the inherent problems with solar site assessments and shading analyses using rooftop tools and satellite imagery, addresses the issues of safety, accuracy, and convenience, and discusses the use of drones to resolve some of these difficulties.

Drones, 3D Mapping, and LiDAR for Solar Heatspring has partnered with Scanifly—maker of drone-based solar design software—to offer a free online course in site assessment and solar array design using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Solar Module Reliability Scorecard PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), a third-party, independent reliability and performance testing lab for solar products, released its 2020 PV Module Reliability Scorecard.

Flexible Organic Solar Cell Scientists at Monash University have developed a low-cost, flexible, organic solar cell that’s suitable for wearable electronics, IoT devices, and biosensors.

PV Evolution Labs released its report on solar panel reliability, a European wind energy consortium mapped out a long-term plan for wind turbine recycling, and drones are streamlining the solar site assessment and design process.