Photovoltaic module

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Photovoltaic module

An integrated assembly of interconnected photovoltaic cells designed to deliver a selected level of working voltage and current at its output terminals, packaged for protection against environment degradation, and suited for incorporation in photovoltaic power systems.
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They have set their prices and published the procedures for applying for net metering of distributed generation solar arrays on their website.
Although currently awaiting approval of rates for new solar energy projects from the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), Solar Logix has quickly moved to pick up projects already approved through the province's Feed-in Tariff program, including a 90 kilowatt (kW) flat roof-mount solar array at Ecole Noire Dame des Grand Lacs.
The ground solar array should allow Hartz Mountain to nearly double the greenhouse gas emissions savings it has already achieved.
Mayor Dave Venable says excess power generated by the solar array will be banked for later use or credited to the village by Otero County Electric Cooperative.
Over the next 25 years, the Morgan Place solar array is expected to offset 2.
The fourth spacewalk was changed during the mission so that the crew could repair a torn solar array on the P6 truss.
Nasa began retracting the accordion-like structure on Wednesday to make room for some new solar arrays that were to begin generating electricity by rotating with the sun's movement.
The solar array will offer 18 years of energy production and provide an average of 300 kWh of energy when the company needs the energy most.
Kathy Lee says the solar array is probably under-utilized, since they visit the cabin only on weekends, and have no heavy appliances there.
The NSETC will be the only multi-collector facility of its type in Australia and home to the largest high concentration solar array in the Southern Hemisphere.
It is a grid-connected system, so it is putting power back into the electrical grid,'' stated Jon Ferrall, NASA Dryden electrical engineer, who managed the installation of the solar array demonstration site.
This is the largest solar array to help power a zoo in Texas.

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