Rekoser's blog talk about technology, describe use cases, etc.
Inverters can be divided into high frequency inverters and low frequency inverters.
A recurring question from our clients is how high-frequency inverters differ from low-frequency inverters.
The main characteristics of low frequency (LF) inverters are:See more
Whitewall Energy presented this week the new Rekoser batteries catalog 2016.
In this catalog you will find the industrial batteries models, their main features, their uses and applications, the performance characteristics of each batteries and their certifications.See more
This infographic explains the keys and the opportunities of the Photovoltaic Solar Systems for Greenhouses.See more
Whitewall Energy presents the new Rekoser inverters for off-grid solar systems.
RSI-5KVA-4860 inverter is equipped with MPPT solar charge controller to maximize and regulate DC power from the solar array for the charging the battery bank. Transformerless design provides reliable power conversion in compact size.See more
This infographic explains the keys and the weaknesses of the first universal climate agreement reached at the Paris Climate Change Conference.See more
In this post we explain the keys and the weaknesses of the first universal climate agreement reached at the Paris Climate Change Conference (you can get a quick picture in this infographic).
After two weeks of negotiations, 195 countries meeting in Paris on Saturday December 12th approved a final agreement that is expected to be effective in early 2016.See more
For more than 20 years representatives from nearly 200 countries meet every December in different cities around the world in search of solutions to a common problem: global warming.
The United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris, to be held from November 30th to December 11th, represents a crucial meeting due to it should lead to a new international agreement on climate change applicable worldwide. The main goal: to keep global warming below 2°C. See infographic
Now we will address some key issues of this conference and its main topic, climate change.See more
For more than 20 years representatives from nearly 200 countries meet every December in different cities around the world in search of solutions to a common problem: global warming.See more
In this post I’m going to talk about the relevance that grounding systems have in the installations, explaining the meaning of grounding, what does it offer, how to identify it and briefly mentioning it’s applications in the different systems. It’s a topic that it’s mostly believed as well known but actually it is more complicated than what we think. And most of all a bad functioning will cause higher harms.See more
Systems monitoring and remote control are the basic tools for decision making that allows the optimization of consumption, cost saving, energy prediction and demand management.See more
Using as an example the case of Spain and by a simple simulation, we are going to estimate how much power and the number of panels required for our PV system. All this will depend on factors such as hours of sunshine received per year, the region we are living in, the correct orientation of the solar panels …See more
With solar energy you can generate energy while you are also a consumer. It will allow you to save money now on your electric bill, increase your home’s value, lock-in energy costs for years to come and decrease your carbon footprint.See more
In the last years, it has increased the information about the rise of renewable energy and fossil fuel prices. These are terms, although they are known, there is no record of what your current consumption in the world how to help renewable energies to save… definitely is a comparison that helps us position ourselves and find out what role these two ways of generating energy.See more
Reliable and affordable sources of energy are fundamental for economic growth and poverty reduction. One of the biggest issues that developing countries need to address is the lack of access to energy of a large proportion of population. About 1.3 billion people are without electricity, 84% are in rural areas. According to the International Energy Association, poor people in developing countries spend about 32% of their daily income in energy (0,40 USD)1. Most of it is spent on dry batteries and kerosene. Average electricity consumption per capita is not enough to power a single 50-watt light bulb continuously in Africa2.See more
Lithium batteries are being increasingly used in Solar energy storage systems, Electric vehicles, Electric mobility, UPS, Telecommunications, Medical equipment, Lighting, etc.
Our RKL LiFePO4 series with 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V, 96V are specially designed to meet your requirements.See more
Almost 6 years after the publication of Why Sustainability Is Now the Key Driver of Innovation we see that Smart Solutions for Renewable Energy are a perfect example where the internet and energy management meet in order to put together all those 5 steps the author mentioned.See more
38.4 gigawatts (GW) of newly-installed solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity worldwide (up from 30 GW in 2012) led to a global cumulative installed capacity of 138.9 GW1. It is an amount capable of producing at least 160 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity every year, sufficient to cover the annual power supply needs of over 45 million households.See more
A customer requested us a quotation for a solar system in East Africa. They were requiring solar panels, batteries, inverters and charge controllers for the project. They would be working with a local partner that can take care of the installation as instructed.See more
Reliable and affordable sources of energy are fundamental for economic growth and poverty reduction. One of the biggest issues that developing countries need to address is the lack of access to energy of a large proportion of population. About 1.3 billion people are without electricity, 84% are in rural areas. According to the International Energy Association, poor people in developing countries spend about 32% of their daily income in energy (0,40 USD)1. Most of it is spent on dry batteries and kerosene.See more