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Castle Neuschwanstein / Bavaria - Solar Street Lights illuminate the driveway up to the castle.

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Neuschwanstein - one of the most beautiful places in the world - the Solar Street Light merkur300, from photinus, illuminates the castle driveway! inquiries: info@alosun.co.nz Strong - stronger - the strongest Photinus stands for innovation, elegance and highest quality with its unique LED solar lights.  Based on these attributes, photinus developed the new merkur, a solar light with the highest possible light performance. Solar lights were only used up to illuminance class S5 until today. Now, merkur moves the field of application into another dimension. Panel performance of roughly 1000 watt can be achieved due to the sophisticated, modular tower and offers thus unexpected light performance. Therefore,...

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Papua New Guinea, Piva Health Centre, Torokina District, South Bougainville

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The Piva Health Centre in the Torokina District in South Bougainville didn't had any power since the generator broke down a few years ago. Nurses had to attend patients with battery torches and kerosene lamps at night. Women in labour had to find the Health Centre in complete darkness and had to give birth in the light of torches. ALOSUN installed a Solar System with lights, ceiling fans, a Solar Fridge and Solar Street Lights, providing light and security 24 hours a day and allowing vaccines to be stored at the centre from now on. Nurses and doctors can now...

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How to "measure" a Solar Light.

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What is the difference between a  high-quality Solar Light and an average one?   Choosing the right solar lamp can be much more complex than it might seem at first. To be clear, the energy input of two solar lamps with the same sized solar panel (16% efficiency) and set to the same angle will be the identical. In other words, with the same location, they well have the same amount of power available. How to "measure" a Solar Light. The quality of a solar lamp is often mistakenly measured by the maximum wattage of the LED. However, the maximum...

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New ARON Solar Light

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 ARON WITH NEW DESIGN More elegant, more powerful and more efficient: these are the impressive advantages of the new aron solar light! Thanks to the new, more efficient solar cell, the solar tower is 30cm shorter than the aron grande, which allows for a more well-balanced appearance while maintaining the same solar power production. Thus the powerful, new LiFePo4 battery the autonomy time remains all over the 8-year lifespan on a very high level. FACT SHEET NEW ARON Solartower:                            4 Solar modules / 160 Wp total Efficiency:                              22.5% LED Profile:                           individual optics / 4000k LiFePo4 Battery:                   12.8V 40 Ah / -...

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WindRail® modular building-based system combines renewable energy.

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WindRail® uses three energy sources in one solution: pressure difference, wind and solar radiation. Is this a solution to bypass solar energy fluctuations?   http://www.anerdgy.com/  

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