NAVIGATION

PV modules with more efficiency

PV modules with more efficiency 08.08.2012 - Hundred minus 80 gives 20. What has this simple arithmetic to do with solar energy? Quite a lot! Because till now 80% of the solar energy is lost if a monocrystalline PV module generates electric current, and of this only 20% is utilized. But in near future a special nano-coating will change all this, reports J.v.G. Thoma GmbH.

Freystadt/Oberpfalz – No farmer would be satisfied with just 20% of... Read more »

Solar module production for Bangladesh

12.07.2012 - Baneco Solar Energy Ltd. has decided to acquire a semi-automatic unit from J.v.G. Thoma that has an annual efficiency of 20 MW. However, by mid-2012 this is expected to be increased to 40 MW. The ramp-up is planned for the fourth quarter of 2012, which will be the last test phase before the market release.

The cooperation between Baneco Solar Ltd. and the group undertaking Thoma will be further... Read more »

Photovoltaic technology for Bangladesh and India

Photovoltaic technology for Bangladesh and India 23.06.2012 - "Germany and India 2011 - 2012: endless possibilities. This is the guideline of the current visit of the German Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs in India. However, he will not only visit India, but Bangladesh as well. As a member of the business delegation, Patrick Thoma, Managing Director of Bavarian J.v.G. Thoma GmbH and of Jurawatt GmbH, is on board of the same flight as Guido Westerwelle.

Freystadt/Oberpfalz... Read more »

Photovoltaic modules with increased performance

Photovoltaic modules with increased performance 06.06.2012 - Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology promotes important solar research project of Bavaria’s J.v.G. Thoma GmbH

Freystadt/Oberpfalz – Solar modules heat up steeply during operation and much of the energy is lost in the process. It is a fact that no PV manufacturer has truly attempted to circumvent this problem till now. This is reason enough for the research team of the Bavaria’s solar... Read more »