The world's leading solar system suppliers First Solar (Nasdaq: FSLR) today announced the gift to the Inner Mongolia University of 150 state-of-the-art thin film solar PV modules, the total amount of the gift component peak power up to 13 kilowatts (kW) . The gift component for Inner Mongolia University Green Suns in the 2013 International Solar Decathlon, its design solar housing supply.
In addition, First Solar will also
of participating students to
provide technical support, and cooperation with schools solar education.
International solar cell Decathlon competition (Solar Decathlon) is a U.S.
Department of Energy, launched in 2002, the biennial science and technology
competition requires participating students to take advantage of the integration
of design and construction of net zero-energy living space. This year, Inner Mongolia University China organized its first international Solar
Decathlon competition attracted 22 teams, including 13 teams from . China
First Solar Global Business Development Jim Brown (Jim Brown), ▪, executive vice president, said, "First Solar has been trying to return the business communities where we are keen to share expertise and skills with the students of the global solar industry, so that we can in the future of the industry leaders in cultivating innovative ideas.
First Solar through active participation in national and provincial support for
to achieve sustainable
development, and to help the Chinese government to develop solar energy
industry. mppt charge controller technology is of great significance in terms of achieving
sustainable energy future, we hope that by participating in the international
Solar Decathlon competition, can further improve the social awareness of the
importance of solar energy technology. ' China
Green Suns in the 2013 China International Solar Decathlon solar house design inspiration comes from Inner Mongolia and other Central Asian pastoralists living yurts, trying to solve a common energy issues in the
Inner Mongolia region, including
grid barrier, lack of water and alpine take the heat demand of the region.
First Solar's thin-film flexible solar panels for solar homes provide efficient sources of energy, and to successfully meet the operating conditions challenging off-grid energy needs of the region. Green Suns by 21 graduate and undergraduate students from different majors, including energy and power engineering, architectural design, civil engineering, and management expertise.