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Photovoltaics Videos
Last Updated on:  06/25/2015 06:31 AM

Let the Sun Shine
From:  DavidGilmore

a short and fun film about the Technicians for Sustainability - a small brigade of guys on bikes who installed a solar system on my house.

Another Sunny Day with Sharp Solar
From:  tculhane

This is just a quick video sketch of a concept for a music video commercial celebrating Sharp Solar's new SRS rail mounting system for making it easy to install "sharp looking" solar panels on tile roofs. It needs to be re-recorded and re-cut, but I was having fun after hours following a long day editing a training DVD for Sharp Solar and thought I would throw this together and post it for those who might get a kick out of it! Enjoy (and then go out and get yourself a PV system and help us stop climate change!)

Thin-film photovoltaic (PV) laminates
From:  SowhatNC

Video is from Google video.
Installing clean, reliable, inflation-proof solar power is easier than ever, thanks to the invention of thin-film photovoltaic (PV) laminates that can be bonded directly onto metal roofing panels. Unlike crystalline PV material, there's no need for obtrusive racks and heavy, expensive glass. Instead, unbreakable thin-film PV is produced using amorphous silicon, encapsulated in Teflon and other polymers.

For More Information:
Uni-solar Photovoltaic Modules
Mitsubishi Thin Film Photovoltaic
Big Frog Mountain Corporation
 

 

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