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    OTT HydroMet helps water resource professionals generate reliable data throughout the entire water cycle. We go beyond simply providing solutions by partnering with our customers in designing...
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    Kipp & Zonen provides class-leading instruments for measuring solar radiation and atmospheric properties in Meteorology, Climatology, Hydrology, Industry, Renewable Energy, Agriculture and Public...
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    Sensors supporting the energy transition Hukseflux is the leading expert in measurement of energy transfer. We design and manufacture sensors and measuring systems that support the energy transition....
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    Established in 1971, Cambridge based Delta-T Devices specialises in instruments for environmental science, in particular: agronomy, plant physiology, eco-physiology, data logging, meteorology, soil...
  • News - 10 Sep 2012
    STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is revealing innovations in silicon carbide devices at Solar Power International...
  • News - 21 Aug 2015
    Cypress Semiconductor Corp. today announced a new family of Energy Harvesting Power Management Integrated Circuits (PMICs) that enable tiny, solar-powered wireless sensors for Internet of Things (IoT)...
  • News - 22 Jun 2015
    B-Scada, Inc. recently announced a new deployment of their VoT (Virtualization of Things) Solution in Africa. B-Scada's wireless sensors will be used to remotely monitor and control the generation...
  • News - 6 Oct 2012
    Imec and its partners in the Solliance initiative announce that they have launched, together with the Institute of Materials Research of the University of Hasselt (IMO), the Solar Flare Interreg...
  • News - 22 Feb 2011
    The SODIS is a method by which solar energy is utilized to remove bacteria and purify water. This is done by filling plastic bottles with water and placing them in direct sunlight. But so far,...
  • Article - 27 Oct 2018
    A single day of the solar energy received by the Earth exceeds the entire amount of energy the planet uses in one year.

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