New patent application: JvG Thoma DESERT Frame

New patent application: JvG Thoma DESERT Frame 30.10.2017 - 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 »

A world record! Our DESERT solar video has reached more than 600,000 views

A world record! Our DESERT solar video has reached more than 600,000 views 18.05.2017 - Our YouTube video taking a behind the scenes look at the production process of our DESERT photovoltaic panels has now been viewed by more than 600.000 people, an unprecedented success for a technical video. The high-quality video takes the viewer on a tour of the state-of-the-art automated production centre in which our DESERT technology solar modules are made. A cool, upbeat soundtrack from Beowulf... Read more »

The Next Steps in the Development of DESERT®+ Technology

The Next Steps in the Development of DESERT®+ Technology 14.03.2017 - The future for solar energy is beautiful as countries all over the world are increasing their investment in eco-friendly energy sources. Solar panels were originally designed mostly for use in the moderate climates of the northern hemisphere but the regions of the world that enjoy the most hours of sunshine brings extreme stress, such as very high temperatures, sandstorms, high winds and snow.

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J. v. G. Thoma GmbH completes two new robot layups for DESERT solar panel production in Turkey

J. v. G. Thoma GmbH completes two new robot layups for DESERT solar panel production in Turkey 06.02.2017 - J. v. G. Thoma, the Bavarian-based solar power specialists, are pleased to announce the final acceptance of two robot layups for DESERT solar panel production in Turkey that will create 240 MW of solar panels in total. The compact robot layups, which are now ready for packing and transport, load the glass onto the panels automatically, an innovative technological approach that brings economic, technical... Read more »