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Turnkey PV line in Estonia

Turnkey PV line in Estonia 25.09.2013 - Freystadt, Oberpfalz – The next solar factory, “made by J.v.G. Thoma” is already coming into being – this time in Estonia, the northernmost Baltic state. The plant should generate 15 MW and above all deliver modules to the Baltic states as well as Russia.

The first very promising discussions with so called EPC companies to construct the power plants are already being carried out. The production... Read more »

New lamination technology for solar module production

New lamination technology for solar module production 13.08.2013 - Freystadt, Oberpfalz – Faster, better, and smart: soon innovative multi-stage lamination technique with cooling technology is to complement the product range of J.v.G. Thoma GmbH. The procedure is significant for installations above 100 MW capacity, and of special interest for Glass/ Glass modules and so-called hybrid modules. But even enterprises engaged in the HPTP sector (Desert modules) can benefit... Read more »

Series production of the new Glass/Glass Desert modules

Series production of the new Glass/Glass Desert modules 22.07.2013 - Freystadt, Oberpfalz – Solar energy must now become competitive, as the honeymoon period is over. Considering the recent pressure on the industry, the focus is much stronger on innovations than until now. Thanks to its latest developments, solar technology specialist J.v.G. Thoma is offering attractive perspectives to investors and enterprises. The high temperature module from J.v.G. Thoma, also... Read more »

Solar plants and solar energy for Nigeria

Solar plants and solar energy for Nigeria 24.06.2013 - Highly sophisticated solar technology instead of black gold: Why in future solar energy could be a blessing for Nigeria

Freystadt, Oberpfalz – Solar plants “made” by J.v.G. Thoma are found meanwhile all around the world. J.v.G. Thoma reports now the contract of the first complete plant with Desert process in Nigeria. It will “bring” 10 MW. The installation there is lated for June/July... Read more »