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SEP
03
2021

All-Class Albedometers

Whatever your need, goal, or application

by Dmytro Podolskyy, Business Development Manager, EKO EU

Bi-facial PV installations are no longer an expensive add-on, an aspirational target, …

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AUG
26
2021

A Brief History of Bifacial Photovoltaics

To Space, Back Again, And Beyond

by Will Beutell, Application Engineer, EKO USA

While the first solar cell created in 1954 used an 'N-Type' (negatively charged) …

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JUL
13
2021

EKO EMPOWER | Future Online Education Programme

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The EKO EMPOWER | Future Online Education Programme is a joint project with the Kogakuin University Solar Team, one of the solar car teams sponsored by …

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JUN
10
2021

Keytec Win at SNEC

EKO China Distributor' Keytec' Awarded 'Top 10 Highlight' Status at SNEC International Conference & Exhibition

by  Caris Chan, Market Director, EKO China

Beijing Keytec Technology Co., …

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JUN
03
2021

New MS-711 Application

Aerosol and Precipitable water vapor retrievals with the MS-711 Spectroradiometer

by  Dr. Mario Po, Research Scientist, EKO EU

The continuous measurement of the direct normal, diffuse horizontal, and global horizontal components of spectral irradiance is key to many environmental science and solar energy applications. Likewise, spectral irradiance is modified by changing concentrations of atmospheric trace gases and aerosols, creating a need for continuous monitoring. Adding methods for atmospheric parameter retrievals based on spectral irradiance data sets will present added value to the atmospheric, environmental science, and solar energy, research communities.

In recent studies, researchers at the Izaña Atmospheric Research Center (IARC), part of the Agencia Estatal de Meteorologia (AEMET), have explored this potential with EKO spectroradiometers, developing a methodology to quantify atmospheric parameters based on ground-based solar spectral measurements.

The EKO MS-711 grating spectroradiometer was installed at the facility, on an EKO STR-22G Sun tracker with collimation. The setup allowed researchers to measure direct normal spectral irradiance within the 300 and 1100 nm wavelength range with a 0.4nm step and <7nm Full width half maximum (FWHM).

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APR
26
2021

Japan Science & Technology Award Presented to EKO Instruments for Development of MS-80 Pyranometer

PRESS RELEASE:

The award was presented by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Mr Koichi Hagiuda, at a ceremony in Tokyo on 14/04/2021. …

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JUN
27
2021

The Fifth National Academic Forum on Quantitative Remote Sensing

武汉东湖国际会议中心
Wuhan - China
27 - 29 June 2021
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JUN
03
2021

SNEC PV Power Expo 2021

上海新国际博览中心
Shanghai - China
03 - 05 June 2021
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MAY
20
2021

China High-Tech Expo on Meteorological Modernisation 2021

深圳会展中心8号馆
Shenzhen - China
20 - 22 May 2021
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NOV
02
2020

Solar Asset Management Europe

europe.solar-asset.management
Virtual - Online Event
02 - 26 November 2020
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JUN
17
2020

Intersolar EUROPE

Messe München exhibition center
Munich - Germany
17 - 19 June 2020
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JUN
11
2020

ASEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK

BITEC
Bangkok - Thailand
11 - 13 June 2020
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