solar bridge

solar bridge

[′sō·lər ′brij]
(astronomy)
A bright, narrow, streak-shaped region which is sometimes observed across a large sunspot, dividing the umbra into two or more parts.
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Key participants in the Asia Pacific base solar micro inverter market include Enphase energy, Solar Bridge Technologies, Solaredge, Green Ray Solar and Enecsys.
The ribbon has been cut for the world's largest solar bridge found in London.
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In its category, Severn Trent was up against Network Rail who have created the world's first solar bridge at Blackfriars station in London; Wembley Stadium, which has reduced water and energy use; and the Co-operative Group, which is supporting community renewable energy initiatives from solar panels to biomass boilers.
The Blackfriars station bridge will also be the world's largest solar bridge with more than 4000 photovoltaic cells installed along the length of its roof.