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Aurora Solar remote shading assessment tool now allowed over on-site inspection by Connecticut Green Bank

Aurora Solar remote shading assessment tool now allowed over on-site inspection by Connecticut Green Bank

January 15, 2018 at 9:55 am Comments are Disabled

Measurements providing the solar potential of a roof are a crucial piece of information that installers, private financing firms, and government rebate authorities rely upon in designing solar systems, and issuing financing and rebates for their installation. And they can be a pain to get done — an expensive —Read More

Aurora Solar adds financial tool to its solar design, sales platform

Aurora Solar adds financial tool to its solar design, sales platform

June 14, 2017 at 8:14 am Comments are Disabled

Aurora Solar Inc. has added financial analysis to its commercial suite, making it the solar industry’s only all-in-one solar design and sales platform for residential and commercial PV systems. “The real challenge for us was making such complex analysis accessible and easy-to-use for customers,” said Al-Karim Lalani, Lead Engineer ofRead More

Aurora Solar tells us how it can improve solar cell manufacturing

Aurora Solar tells us how it can improve solar cell manufacturing

December 14, 2016 at 10:30 am Comments are Disabled

Aurora Solar Technologies provides inline measurement and control technology for the PV manufacturing industry, and the West Vancouver, BC-based company says its solar cell manufacturing technology allows solar cell producers to increase cell power and yield. “On average, 15-25 percent of [solar cell] production is downgraded and sold at or below cost,” says MichaelRead More

Energy Trust of Oregon approves new shade analysis tools to streamline solar installs

Energy Trust of Oregon approves new shade analysis tools to streamline solar installs

November 16, 2016 at 11:30 am Comments are Disabled

Solar prices have dropped dramatically in recent years, and now Energy Trust of Oregon is helping to lower them further. In the past, Energy Trust required that the solar resource be measured at the installation site—usually a rooftop. Energy Trust now allows contractors to use approved remote shading analysis tools. TheRead More