Thursday October 29, 2020

Eco-warrior: Boost energy with solar injection

Businesses, public buildings and industry can slow down or even stop their electricity meters for the first time by injecting electricity into their building’s network from their own electricity-producing system.

28th October, 2006

Businesses, public buildings and industry can slow down or even stop their electricity meters for the first time by injecting electricity into their building’s network from their own electricity-producing system.

This advance is possible thanks to Surface Power Technologies, a developer of next generation renewable energy technologies that has brought its ‘utility-connected solar photovoltaic electricity systems’ to the Irish market.

According to company chief executive John Quinn, solar photovoltaic panels are...

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