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Greenshine Launches Nano Coated Solar Panels for Solar Street Lights to Improve Efficiency

Published on 2014-07-08. Author : SpecialChem

Greenshine New Energy LLC (Greenshine) has announced the launch of nano coated solar panels for solar street lights. This robust coating is expected to act as a protective layer against dust, pollution, dirt, and bird feces on the solar panel, consequently increasing the solar panel conversion efficiency by 20 percent. The new coated panels are designed to be used in remote areas where cleaning solar panels could be costly and complex, in addition to regions with a lot of dust, such as deserts.

Kevin Laurent, Greenshine's senior engineer said, "Greenshine is always striving to give customers the latest advanced and innovative sustainable solutions to meet their requirements. Traditionally, to maintain optimum efficiency, the solar panels would have had to be manually cleaned every few months using commercial detergents - a costly and time consuming effort, with environmental consequences. Greenshine has solved this problem by applying a nano hydrophobic and self-cleaning coating to the photovoltaic and thermal panel. With this new layer of protection, a very thin sheet will repel dirt thereby cleaning the panel naturally.

This new nano coating will improve the efficiency of the solar panel, as well as reduce the maintenance time and cost. Consequently, it will extend the operational life of the solar street light.

About Greenshine New Energy, LLC

Greenshine New Energy, LLC Specializes in developing and manufacturing customized solar powered lighting systems for a wide range of lighting applications. At Greenshine we specialize in solar street lights, garden lights, and lawn lights for outdoor applications. Our lights can be installed anywhere, especially areas where grid tied electricity is not available.

Source: Greenshine New Energy, LLC


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