Photovoltaics International Lite, Volume 03 - 2009

Published in September 2009 for distribution at the 24th EU PVSEC show in Hamburg, Germany, our third edition of the Lite in 2009 came in at 44 pages. It features a paper from BP Solar on new encapsulation methods; Location Profiles; Titan Tracker’s in-depth look at wind and stow positions in solar trackers. The PV-Tech Blog by Tom Cheyney takes a look at the first OPV test modules to be tested by NREL, while the News and Products sections keep our readers up to date with the industry’s developments and new product releases.

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