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J.v.G. Thoma introduces the Automatic Robot-LayUp 2020

J.v.G. Thoma introduces the Automatic Robot-LayUp 2020 16.11.2017 - Leading solar power specialists J.v.G. Thoma GmbH have completed a further automatic robot lay-up, the result of years of research and development by J.v.G. Thoma into the most efficient ways of harnessing renewable energy from the sun. The company is renowned in the field of photovoltaic energy production for their innovative DESERT+® technology solutions, with solar panels designed for use in extreme... Read more »

NEW! J.v.G. LED flasher basic 2.0 for solar module test

NEW! J.v.G. LED flasher basic 2.0 for solar module test 12.11.2017 - New J.v.G. LED flasher basic 2.0 for solar module test

- High precise
- Long time stability
- SEL and LEL both possible - inline
- Ten flashs each DESERT solar module - best results -> accuracy is better plus/minus one percent
- For DESERT solar production

Take a look at our J.v.G. LED flasher basic 2.0: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxk6LbMOqOQ

You are interested in our new technology?... Read more »

Introducing the new J. v. G. Thoma Solar Stringer

Introducing the new J. v. G. Thoma Solar Stringer 02.08.2017 - J.v.G. Thoma is pleased to introduce the latest addition to their range of photovoltaic technology - the J.v.G. Thoma Solar Stringer. There are many advantages to this new tabber stringer, which uses Endless String Technology to work at a speed that is twice as fast as other stringers on the market.

One major benefit is the cost. It has a very low cost per cell and is highly competitive with other... Read more »

New patent application: JvG Thoma DESERT Frame

New patent application: JvG Thoma DESERT Frame 16.06.2017 - Bavarian-based solar power specialists J.v.G. Thoma GmbH have filed another patent application, this time for their revolutionary JvG DESERT frame. DESERT technology has been developed to allow greater efficiency of photovoltaic energy production in countries where extremes of weather such as high temperatures, sandstorms and snow make traditional solar panels less efficient and likely to fail more... Read more »