Introducing JinkoSolar’s Latest Module

The Cheetah represents JinkoSolar’s commitment to pushing boundaries in R&D Earlier this month Segen reported that JinkoSolar’s latest module reached a new high-efficiency rating. The Cheetah uses larger wafers than previous modules which allow for a smaller gap between cells and a slightly larger active area, thus increasing the power output. The cell size, 158.75mm – viewed…

Solar PV Could Dominate World Energy Generation by 2050

Solar PV Could Dominate World Energy Generation by 2050 A global carbon neutral electricity system can be achieved by 2050. A 4-year study which tackled finding the most effective way to reach the internationally adopted 1.5°C Paris Climate Treaty by 2050. It says that a transition to 100% renewable energy “is not only feasible, but also…

Students develop ‘smart’ solar window

Seeing the future A team of eight students from the US are at the helm of a project that could revolutionise the future of windows. Here at Green Pulse Energy, we are at the forefront of the global renewable energy industry and consistently looking at new revolutionary products. In a crucial step toward carbon-neutral buildings and communities,…

Heatwave Sends Solar PV Generation Soaring

Solar Generation Set to Soar with UK Heatwave Here at Green Pulse Energy we love the sun! Reason being – the more sun, the more our customers generate from their Solar PV.   The current heat wave that is sending temperatures soaring as high as 35c in Essex this week will have a significant impact on Solar PV…

Impure Silicon Used to Produce Solar Cells

For over 40 years the conventional way of creating efficient solar cells has been through the use of pure silicon. What’s more the process of acquiring pure silicon is both lengthy and costly but up until recently there has been no effective alternative.       New Technology Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science…