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APR
22
2021

The Future of Farming

The EKO Sun Tracker called 'Robot'

by Huzefa Motiwala, India Country Manager

Universities are using EKO products in India to research agricultural applications for artificial intelligence, …

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APR
12
2021

EKO-China Announcement

Re: Unauthorised dealers in China

EKO Instruments China recently discovered evidence of unauthorised dealers claiming to be the official partner or distributor of EKO Instruments in China, …

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MAR
18
2021

Racing to Innovate

How the next-generation is pushing the boundaries of solar

EKO Instruments is sponsoring the University of Michigan Solar Car Team (UM Solar Car) and five other teams …

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MAR
11
2021

EKO Instruments Launch 'emPower'

PRESS RELEASE:

New programme aims to support the next generation of scientists, meteorologists, students, and engineers to achieve their goals, starting with six university-based solar car racing …

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JAN
08
2021

Meet Hibi

Smarter software, for smarter sensors

by Hiroaki Kamoi, Application Engineer, EKO Japan

Solar PV generation increased by 31% in 2018, and with predicted annual average growth …

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DEC
09
2020

Made in China, The Future of Solar

Opening the door to massive growth

by Caris Chan, Market Director, EKO China

The solar and renewable energy industries in China are already showing healthy signs of recovery following the height of the COVID pandemic. With the rapid growth of PV projects at home and abroad, the future of solar is truly being 'made' in China.

China was the first country to pass 100 GW of cumulative installed PV capacity in 2017, and in 2019 generated over 220,000 GWh of electricity from solar power; an increase of 26.5% over the previous year. Cumulative solar capacity reached 223 GW by the end of September 2020 and, despite the pandemic, China remains on course to add 34-38 GW in 2020.

Meanwhile, the International Energy Agency (IEA) is predicting that China will meet a target growth average of 35-44 GW annually from 2021 to 2025; securing China's position as the world's largest market for both photovoltaics and solar thermal energy, despite strong growth and projected investment in countries such as India and the US.

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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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