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[Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

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[Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

 [ Question from LIVE talk by Carlo Cornacchia ]

 

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"I do believe current building regulations at least in Scotland require Renewable power to be put into place so solar panels should be a growing market"

 

 

 

Julien Travostino
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Re: [Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

Dear Carlo, 

 

You are right !!

Renewables are more and more required by regulations all around the world. 

Among these, photovoltaïc panels demand is growing fast.

 

To know more on it you can read the following blog articles:

- How to Power Up Your Building With Renewable Energy Technologies

Infographic: 21 Power Distribution Facts

 

You can also consult our dedicated section of our Wiki: PhotoVoltaic (PV) installation

In there, you’ll find information about trends and benefits of solar energy, technologies, installation rules & architectures and much more.....

 

 

@Andy_Wakeley maybe you have additional info about specific regulation in Scotland ?

 

 

Do not hesitate to continue the discussion hereafter….. 

 

 

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.

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Re: [Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

Dear Carlo, 

 

You are right !!

Renewables are more and more required by regulations all around the world. 

Among these, photovoltaïc panels demand is growing fast.

 

To know more on it you can read the following blog articles:

- How to Power Up Your Building With Renewable Energy Technologies

Infographic: 21 Power Distribution Facts

 

You can also consult our dedicated section of our Wiki: PhotoVoltaic (PV) installation

In there, you’ll find information about trends and benefits of solar energy, technologies, installation rules & architectures and much more.....

 

 

@Andy_Wakeley maybe you have additional info about specific regulation in Scotland ?

 

 

Do not hesitate to continue the discussion hereafter….. 

 

 

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.
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Re: [Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

I also encourage you to go and read this blog article:

 

"Trends and Benefits of Photovoltaic Energy" 👇

 

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Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.
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Re: [Let's Exchange - Talk#2] - Solar Panels : A Growing Market?

Hi,

I see a lot of demand and synergies between solar PV in buildings and houses and the deployment of the electric vehicle chargers. Green energy to feed green cars, isn't it? In Spain we see the "auto-consumo" (self-consumption) really taking off. Do you at Schneider have a system to integrate EV charger with PV generation? Thanks