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New Solar Technology: Insolight panels use lenses to concentrate light 200 times

Insolight, a Swiss startup, has taken a different tack – embedding a grid of hexagonal lenses in a solar panel’s protective glass, thus concentrating light 200 times.

To follow the sun’s motion, the cell array shifts horizontally by a few millimetres throughout the day. It is a bid to make concentrated solar cheap.

“The architecture of these conventional concentrated photovoltaics is very costly. What we’ve done is miniaturise the sun tracking mechanism and integrate it within the module,” says Insolight’s chief business officer David Schuppisser.

“We’ve done it in a cheaper way [that] you can deploy anywhere you can deploy a conventional solar panel,” he says.

The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid’s solar energy institute measured Insolight’s current model as having an efficiency of 29%. It is now working on a module that is hoped to reach 32% efficiency.

Current silicon technology is not quite dead, though, and there are approaches to make tiny, quick wins in efficiency. One is to add an extra layer to a cell’s back to reflect unabsorbed light back through it a second time. This improves efficiency by 1-2%.

Another is to add an outside layer, which lessens losses that occur where silicon touches the metal contacts. It’s only a “small tweak”, says Xiaojing Sun, a solar analyst Wood Mackenzie research – adding 0.5-1% in efficiency – but she says these changes mean manufacturers only need to make small alterations to their production lines.

From such small gains – to the use of concentrated solar and perovskites – solar tech is in a race to raise efficiency and push down costs.

“Spanning this magical number 30%, this is where the solar cell industry could really make a very big difference,” says Swift Solar’s Max Hoerantner.


All in Trade Limited has been selected for the Youth Sustainable Energy Hub

We are excited to announce that our innovation of e-backpack-education project was selected as one of the 98 youth initiatives for the Youth Sustainable Energy Hub (YSEH) from around the world. The Youth Sustainable Energy Hub is a flagship project developed by SDG7 Youth Constituency in partnership with the world’s leading energy and climate change organizations. It is the first of its kind global platform showcasing the work of youth practitioners in the sustainable energy sector.

What is the All in Trade ‘e-backpack-education’ project?

All in Trade Limited will partner with Child protection activists with an intention to develop a special school backpack “e-backpack” for school going children which will be equipped with solar energy powered equipment’s such as; tablet, reading light, tracking device and phone/tablet charging system.

The main objective of this e-backpack-education project is to combat issues of social injustice such (child sacrifice, kidnaps, defilement, racial discrimination..), as well as encouraging and promoting e-learning, and home schooling as a response to COVID-19 pandemic schools closure, open conservation, open literacy ,online education and enhancement in the reading culture for those who are not connected to the national grid. The pilot project will mainly focus on Wakiso district in the initial stages with possibility of scaling up to other regions depending on availability of funding and success of the project.

The Youth Sustainable Energy Hub presents a platform to;

-Showcase the work of youth practitioners on all levels (local, national, regional and global) in the sustainable energy sector on a global platform

-Promote skills and knowledge building for youth to become effective agents for change in their communities

-Share best practices and lessons learnt from implemented projects to inspire youth in the sustainable energy sector

-Demonstrate how young people contribute to the implementation, monitoring and review of SDG7 and its associated targets and indicators

-We appreciate YSEH for this platform as we work to resolve some of the biggest challenges in the education system with sustainable solutions

About Us

All in Trade Limited is a private Ugandan registered company incorporated in November 2008, dealing in provision and maintenance of Reliable and Affordable Solar Energy Systems, Power Backup Systems, Electrical Services, Wind Energy systems, Power Protection Systems and other renewable energy solutions to the population of Uganda and the neighbouring East African Countries.

We basically focus on design, supply, installation and maintenance for domestic, commercial and Industrial purposes. All in Trade Limited has proved to be one of the best and competent renewable energy companies in Uganda because of our ability and consistency in the provision of high-quality products and services at affordable prices and the willingness to serve our customers with utmost diligence.




Businessman Muhammed Lubowa, has become a Climate Entrepreneur during the first GCF Green Champions Awards for his resourcefulness in increasing the uptake of renewable power in Uganda and neighboring nations

Madrid.- Ugandan Entrepreneur Muhammed Lubowa is now a Transformational Country Champion after winning one of the first GCF Green Champions Awards. The awards were announced on December 5th in Madrid, Spain during the major climate change meeting of the year, COP25.

Mr Lubowa is one of six award winners chosen among 280 entries from countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, South Pacific and North America. The inaugural GCF Green Champions Awards are designed to show it is possible to make a difference in overcoming the challenge of climate change. They focus on achievements by individuals and organisations taking strong climate action in developing countries.

Mr Lubowa is the founder and general director of All In Trade Limited. This Ugandan private company supplies and maintains reliable and affordable renewable energy solutions for people in Uganda and other countries in Eastern Africa. These include solar and wind power systems.

The partnership of Mr Lubowa’s company with Centenary Rural Development Bank has resulted in the creation of an energy entrepreneur pilot model, where rural energy distributors are selected by the bank in their rural communities to be distributors of regional solar systems. All In Trade installs and provides maintenance service to the systems sold. Mr Lubowa is raising awareness of clean energy and the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility through infrastructure development which includes underground solar-powered boreholes, in-house solar lighting, solar water heating and solar street lighting systems for schools and worship centers in Uganda’s rural communities.


The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a global fund created under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 2010, as part of the Convention’s financial mechanism. It aims to support the efforts of developing countries to respond to the challenge of climate change.

GCF helps developing countries limit or reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change. It seeks to promote a paradigm shift to low-emission and climate-resilient development, taking into account the needs of nations that are particularly vulnerable to climate change impacts. GCF is headquartered in Songdo, Incheon City, Republic of Korea.

For more information about the Green Champions GCF Awards or GCF, please visit or find us on Twitter (@GCF_News) and Instagram (@greenclimatefund).


All In Trade’s 11 years of championing Renewable Energy in East Africa

November 2008 marked the humble beginning of a Ugandan indigenous firm that had a vision to propagate affordable and renewable energy for all.

A decade and one year down the road, All In Trade Limited has established a well-founded footprint across the East African region that is only in line with its vision.

The company set out focusing on the provision and maintenance of reliable and affordable solar energy systems, power backup systems, electric services, wind energy systems, power protection systems and other renewable energy solutions within Uganda and neighbouring East African countries.

To-date the company has diligently served 1,889 clients including industries, United Nations agencies, religious bodies, humanitarian organisations, Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies, hotels and leisure centers, academic institutions, non-government organisations and individuals/households.

Notable among these clients are Oxfam GB, Uganda Red Cross Society, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Windle Trust Uganda, National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO), Makerere University, Finn Church Aid, United Nations- African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), Gayaza Junior School, Save the Children, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) etc.

Through this unmatched level of service, All In Trade Limited has undoubtedly inked its name among the regional power houses in the area of design, supply, installation and maintenance of domestic, commercial and industrial capacity renewable energy systems.

American skater, Charlie White was once quoted saying; “the most important thing is being passionate about what you’re doing and always give it your all. That is the key to success.”

All In Trade has lived this adage through its values that espouse integrity, competence, client satisfaction, commitment, teamwork, reliability, responsiveness, transparency, honesty and compassion.

The company has also gone an extra mile to ensure that every energy solution and service they offer is innovative enough to expound on the wealth of skills they have in-house. Each job is executed with a touch of robust and reliable technical capacity to exceed the client’s expectations.

Emphasis starts with sourcing out supplies from a range of certified international manufacturers who guarantee high-quality performance standards, reliable and environmentally friendly energy solutions.

Some of the equipment that the company deals in include; solar water heaters, solar PV panels, power inverters, solar charge controllers, wind turbines, maintenance free batteries, solar water pumps, solar lanterns, solar refrigerators, LED lights, solar garden lights and solar food dryers, all of which have to meet the highest quality standards given the market porousness.

Other products are electric distribution boards, control panels, wires and electrical accessories, earthing and lightning protection accessories, power protection devices and a range of wiring fittings assembled in a variety of ways depending on the intended application and client’s unique demand.

Another key component in the company’s work process is the testing and inspection. All installations are inspected and tested by the firm’s qualified testing teams to meet the relevant standards, complying with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) wiring regulations as well as an assessment against the in-house quality monitoring criteria.

To achieve all this, you need a team that is good at what they do and fully appreciate your organizational goal. All In Trade Limited does everything with intent when it comes to this aspect.

“We employ the best talent in the industry with the objective of providing innovative system designs, certified products and services,” Mr. Lubowa Muhammed, Managing Director revealed, adding that: “We have the right mix of experienced personnel as well as fresh minds that bring a fresh approach to the table to suite the various sectors of the industry that we serve,”

Among the technical teams are electrical system designers, electrical engineers, solar PV technicians, plumbers and administrative support personnel to ensure that jobs are accomplished within time and expectations of clients.

“We run every day conscious about the fact that our human resources and the clientele base represent the face of our organization. A job well done opens doors to your next assignment and that’s why we want the balance between our staff competences and deliverables to be up there,” Mr. Lubowa noted.

Through the eleven years of existence, All In Trade Limited has created awareness and scaled up clean energy through strong Corporate Social Responsibility programs like constructing underground solar-powered boreholes, solar in-house lighting, solar water heating and solar street lighting systems for schools and worship centres in rural communities of Uganda.

These acts of goodwill facilitated over 2,000 students keep up with their studies while also benefiting hundreds of surrounding community members.

The company’s competitive advantages lie in the pool of experts in project execution, engineering expertise, managing complex projects and financial capacity.

Successful implementation of utility-scale solar power projects demand highly effective project management and planning from commencement to handover. At All In Trade Limited the entire organization is focused on project execution and the engineering teams draw from their experience to respond flexibly and responsively to project-specific requirements.

It’s no longer in doubt that All In Trade Limited has morphed into Uganda’s market leader in large scale renewable power generation projects.

Looking back at the over 10 years of dedicated service, it’s just right to state that the company took stock of its past, knows its current standing and is clear on its future focus.

Hongera on the decade of existence.

Tips to keep your solar system protected from lightning

1. Proper grounding
Panel frames and mounts are grounded in order to provide the easiest path for lightning to get to the ground. You would much rather have it go down the mounting pole or ground rod than down your wiring to your controller or inverter.

2. Single Point Grounding
All equipment should be bonded to one single good earth ground.

3. Surge Arrestors (Surge Protectors)
These go across the live wires with another wire going to the ground. If the voltage goes above a certain level, they start to conduct, shorting the higher voltage to the ground.

World’s largest floating solar plant connected in China

 By Tom Kenning

China-based firm Three Gorges New Energy, has already partially connected a 150MW floating PV project to the grid, which is likely to become the largest plant globally once fully commissioned. Credit: Ciel & Terre International

China-based firm Three Gorges New Energy, has already partially connected a 150MW floating PV project to the grid, which is likely to become the largest plant globally once fully commissioned. Credit: Ciel & Terre International

Chinese state-owned developer CECEP has completed a 70MW floating solar project – the largest in the world – at a former coal-mining area of Anhui Province, China, in collaboration with French floating solar specialist Ciel & Terre.

The project, spread across 13 separate islets on an area of 140 hectares, was completed in late 2018, with grid-connection, tests and commissioning carried out this month at the project site in the Lianghuai mining subsidence area, Yongqiao District, Suzhou City.

EPC services were provided by China Energy Conservation Solar Technology and the China Energy Engineering Group Shanxi Electric Power Design Institute. A brand new 18km 110V overhead line was also built for the grid connection of the plant, which is expected to generate up to 77,693MWh of electricity in its first year, equivalent to the power consumption of nearly 21,000 households. 

While the complete facility in Anhui is said to currently be the largest floating PV plant on the same reservoir in the world, nearby, China-based firm Three Gorges New Energy has already partially connected a 150MW floating PV project to the grid, which is likely to become the largest plant globally once fully commissioned.


The CECEP system was built using Ciel & Terre’s Hydrelio floats, which are locally produced to minimize emissions, optimise logistics costs and offer local employment.

The project uses monocrystalline modules from Chinese manufacturer LONGi Solar, as confirmed by a C&T spokesperson to PV Tech. Central inverters have also been put on stilt platforms on the shoreline of the quarry lake so as not to interfere with neighbouring farm activity. Concrete poles support the electrical installation and 1,500 helical anchors were used for the project and buried at an 8-15 metre-depth to match the water body.

Ciel & Terre has already supplied its floating structure solution to GCL’s 32MW FPV plant in Anhui province. It has also recently supplied a 9.8MW PV project featuring rooftop and floating elements in Cambodia. Tags: chinafloating solarfpvanhuiciel & terrececep

Source: PV TECH

Smart inverters redefine relationship between DERs and the grid

By Kelsey Misbrener | March 12, 2019

SMA Sunny Tripower CORE1 smart inverter. SMA

Inverters of the past simply fed solar power into the grid. Inverters of the future are required to instead dynamically work with the grid to increase its resilience, reliability, safety and security.

‘Smart inverters’ are a more sophisticated version of power electronics that can make autonomous decisions to keep the grid stable and reliable as more distributed energy resources come online. Instead of just feeding power into the grid, smart inverters are capable of having two-way communication with it. Thanks to advanced software, smart inverters can perform specific grid-supportive functionalities related to voltage, frequency, communications and controls, according to IREC’s “Primer on Adopting the New IEEE 1547TM-2018 Standard for Distributed Energy Resources.”

“The primary difference is that smart inverters are programmed to respond to the grid in an automated way such that they not only react when the grid shuts down, but also provide grid supportive functionalities,” said Sara Baldwin, VP of regulatory at IREC. She said the transition to smart inverters is like moving from flip phone to smartphone.

Inverters without these smarts simply shut down after sensing any grid disturbance — a voltage or frequency fluctuation — even if that fluctuation was small and inconsequential.

“The reason why that’s bad is that it causes this sort of whipsaw effect on the power grid where a small disturbance that causes the inverters to trip off can actually make the problem worse in terms of creating more grid disturbance,” said Tom Tansy, chairman of the SunSpec Alliance, a group that helped to develop the updated IEEE standard.

The key to a stable grid is consistent voltage and frequency. Too many tripping inverters on the grid causes instabilities like voltage fluctuations that lead to blackouts or brownouts. An everyday example of the effects of voltage fluctuation is when you turn on a high-voltage appliance, like a vacuum, and the lights in your home flicker.

To avoid harmful voltage fluctuations to the grid due to solar power, smart inverters can ride-through small disturbances (for example, voltage changes), meaning they can switch into standby mode and observe how long the disturbance takes place, then turn off only if the disturbance lasts too long.

“If it takes place longer than the specified time, then yes it’ll turn off. But if the grid corrects itself in the intervening time frame, it’ll just keep on going,” Tansy said.

The proliferation of smart inverters could expand the possible size of the solar market in a big way. Individual distributed energy resources (DERs) will now come equipped with grid-support functionality, so they will be more of an asset to the grid than a burden.

“They’re enabling us to go beyond what was previously conceived to be limits and enabling states to do what California is aiming at doing, which is 100% clean energy,” said Glenna Wiseman, director of the SunSpec Alliance.

Along with communicating with the grid, smart inverters also communicate with the different parts of an individual array. Smart inverters use data communication to comply with Rule 21 rapid shutdown requirements. The communication between the inverter and the rest of the system along the DC power lines allows fire personnel to easily de-energize a home’s solar system in case of an emergency.

The standard

Huawei’s smart string inverters.

The 2018 update of the IEEE Standard 1547 was released last April, with the full rollout set for 2022. But most manufacturers have been developing smart inverters since the introduction of Rule 21 in 2017, said Tansy. A few examples of smart inverter manufacturers are ABB, SMA, Fronius and Delta.

Early adopter solar states California and Hawaii also initiated smart inverter requirements even before the IEEE required it because of the large amount of DERs already feeding into their utility grids.

State regulators will be in charge of implementing the new standard at the state level, in conjunction with utilities that will integrate the standards into interconnection protocols, according to IREC. The solar industry, technology manufacturers, state and federal agencies as well as national laboratories and advocates will also help with the transition to smart inverters.

Baldwin said the issue of legacy systems built with older inverters is a frequent topic of conversations around the updated standard. She doesn’t think these systems will be a problem in most markets, and expects that older inverters will only be swapped for smart inverters when it comes time for replacement.

“However, as the functions of the new inverters are adopted and as they roll out more widely in the system, there may be situations that require older inverters to be either swapped out more quickly or to give an incentive to folks to swap them out, but I am not seeing that happen yet,” Baldwin said.

Software is key to smarts

The not-yet-released Enphase IQ8. Enphase

Enphase is one inverter company that has worked to evolve quickly when it comes to smart inverter technology. Co-founder Raghu Belur said the team realized that inverters can’t just be “a dumb box that sits attached to the grid. You have to think about integration. And the only way to get to integration is by having an inverter that’s software-defined.”

Over the past five years, Enphase has been developing more sophisticated smart inverter solutions. Its most advanced microinverter is the yet-to-be-released IQ8. This so-called ‘software-defined’ inverter not only has all the required attributes of smart inverters, it takes smart a step further by being able to isolate from the grid and form a mini microgrid even without a battery. If a blackout or brownout occurs when the sun is shining, the IQ8 will isolate from the grid and continue powering crucial appliances and tools. Customers can also choose to add storage to these systems, which would mean continuous power even if the sun isn’t shining. The IQ8 uses Enphase’s new software Ensemble to make this inverter feat possible.

Belur said developing increasingly advanced software will keep the industry evolving along with the grid and enable greater solar deployment. But he said this transition won’t come without some growing pains.

“For the last 10 years, a lot of dumb boxes have been installed out there that are not connected and that are not capable of being modified with software. We have had a contrarian view of that from the beginning, and now it’s becoming more mainstream,” Belur said.

Baldwin said smart inverters are a crucial tool in the proliferation of microgrids, which are increasingly important tools for keeping power on during frequent natural disasters and weather events. The updated standard gives special exemptions to DERs in microgrids, also known as intentional islands, that allow them to disconnect from the grid and form an island as long as certain power balance criteria are met, according to IREC.

“The IEEE Standard 2018 update does address microgrids in a more proactive way, which is the first time we’ve seen that in a national standard,” Baldwin said. “I expect there to be much more evolution on that topic going forward and it’ll be an exciting space to take a closer look at.”

Fluid definition

The current required capabilities of smart inverters are outlined in the new standard, but that doesn’t mean it will remain the definition of smart inverters forever. Hybrid inverters connected to batteries add another level of brains to inverter capabilities. If the smart inverter determines it must disconnect from the grid, it can then self-supply power to the home, keeping crucial appliances like refrigerators and dialysis machines running.

“I think over time the definition probably will be adapted to say that if you can support batteries and PV simultaneously and you support autonomous functions and data communication, well that makes you the smart inverter 2.0, or something like that,” Tansy said.

Another emerging concept made possible by smart inverters is system aggregation into a virtual power plant. Aggregation is still in its early stages and not deployed on a wide scale yet, but Baldwin thinks it will be a crucial technique as more DERs are deployed.

“The notion of a virtual power plant is that instead of having lots of little kilowatts here and there that can’t be synchronized or controlled collectively, you have a fleet of DERs that you are able to utilize as needed to respond to real-time grid conditions,” Baldwin said.

Aggregating systems using smart inverters and advanced communication technology would create a more predictable and controllable fleet of DERs and enable the smooth transition to a smart grid with as many solar systems connected as possible.

The one downside to these advanced inverter communications is increased cybersecurity risk. Tansy said the U.S. power grid is evolving from a relatively small Datacom network with few points on the grid where it could be attacked — also known as the attack surface — to one where every distributed energy source is communicating with the grid. This greatly increases the size of the network and the size of the attack surface.

SunSpec is working with Sandia National Laboratories on standards to ensure that cybersecurity risk is minimized as inverters and the grid get smarter.

Policy opportunities

Smart inverters could change the conversation around incentives for feeding power back into the grid. As grid-tied solar becomes more helpful than harmful to the grid thanks to inverter advancements, the possibilities of net metering or other incentive programs could open up in places that phased out incentives or never had them before.

Baldwin said many policy opportunities for smart inverters revolve around reframing DERs as an optimized component of the distribution grid as opposed to a burden, or something that must be “dealt with.”

“We are trying to have as much [distributed resources] as possible on the grid,” Baldwin said. “We are not trying to avoid that scenario, we are actually trying to get as many distributed resources deployed as possible so that we can make our distribution grid as clean, reliable and resilient as possible, while also giving customers and communities the opportunity to meet their own renewable energy goals or carbon reduction goals or economic goals.”

Smart inverters will play a pivotal role in the important work of redefining the relationship between DERs and utilities.

Source: Solar Power World

Understanding bifacial boost

Belgian research institute imec has developed a new simulation framework it says can calculate the expected output of a bifacial PV system. The model could help improve developer understanding of the best system configurations for bifacial, and foster confidence among investors by providing a precise prediction of energy yields.

Bifacial technology has already begun to be deployed in large-scale PV projects and is well on the way to becoming a mainstream module technology – it is expected to represent more than 35% of modules by 2028, according to the International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics. However, complications with precisely calculating the energy yield of bifacial systems are still an issue that can deter investors and developers.

Generating electricity from both sides of a module brings several additional factors to the energy yield calculation, such as albedo (light reflection) and shading from surrounding surfaces, which can vary greatly during the day and between systems. These factors make calculating yield more complex, with estimates for the additional generation offered by bifacial panels often placed anywhere between 5% and 20%. the resulting higher margin for error makes bifacial projects more difficult to finance.

Configuration can cause big losses

The non-uniformity of the factors affecting energy generation – such as the fact rear-side illumination can vary greatly between two modules in the same installation – can also lead to higher levels of mismatch, and reduced performance due to non-optimal system configuration. According to imec R&D manager Eszter Voroshazi, the resulting loss in output can be as high as 40%. “The impact of technological and system configuration details on the non-uniformity at the rear side of the modules has a surprisingly important effect,” she said. “Our final goal is to calculate with high precision the bifacial gain at module, string and system level, and enable a multi objective and automated PV power plant design tool in the longer term.”

Imec says its new simulation tool “takes into account the double-sided illumination and the way it is influenced by module frames, system components’ geometry, and varying albedo”. The institute says thanks to optimizing computational flows, its solution can match competitors for speed whilst providing more detailed and accurate information.

The tool, said Voroshazi, can calculate the energy yield of an entire bifacial PV system with a margin of error lower than 5%.

New tool will further reduce cost of solar

The research institute says it expects its model to contribute to further implementation of bifacial PV and reductions in the cost of renewable energy generation.

“Since current energy yield prediction tools for bifacial technology are not so precise, investors do not have a good view of their return on investment, making them hesitant to take the step,” said imec and EnergyVille business development director Philip Pieters. “We are currently in the final validation phase of our simulation framework. Once it will be fully available, it will give PV plant developers more confidence of the achievable bifacial gain, hence allowing easier funding of bifacial power plants.”




Now that you’ve made a choice to join the transition to renewable energy, do not forget to make one important decision of choosing the right installer for your system. If you want the most professional and experienced installer working on your project, then you need a certified and permitted installer


An installation permit is issued by the Electricity Regulatory Authority and allows the holder to carry out electrical installation work.  

The Electricity Regulatory Authority, under Section 10 of the Electricity Act 1999, is among other functions mandated to regulate persons and entities carrying out any electrical installation works on any premises such as homes, offices, shops, industries, schools, hospitals. Such mandate ensures the safety of electricity consumers.  Accordingly under Electricity Act 1999 and the Electricity (Installation Permits) Regulations SI No 19 of 2003 electrical installation. Works may only be carried out by persons with the appropriate electrical worker’s permit issued by the Authority


An authorized Solar installer must hold a valid installation permit. Obtaining a valid installation permit is a legal requirement in the Electricity Regulatory Authority under Section 10 of the Electricity Act 1999. 

A permit issued under the The Electricity (Installation Permits) Regulations, 2003 expires on the 31st day of December of the year during which it was issued. Ensure that your installer has a current permit.

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service permit renewed and certified


Improper installation may result in poor system performance or even safety risks. Here’s why you should use an authorized installer

  • They have completed their training as they must meet all the minimum requirements before being issued the permit
  • They are registered with the Electricity Authority therefore they are more reliable and trustworthy than unauthorized installers.
  • The insurance policy is in place. In case of any problem during or after installation, an authorized installer is able to take care of it as they are covered by insurance unlike unauthorized  installers
  • Be sure of standard services. An authorized installer is in position to deliver quality services, improve the safety of clients and promote consumer confidence as they are working within the law.

World’s largest roofing company just launched a new solar startup

NEW YORK — Standard Industries, the world’s largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer, announced the launch of GAF Energy, a new company aimed at revolutionizing the adoption of rooftop solar for everyday consumers.

Working in partnership with GAF, a Standard Industries company and the largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer in North America, GAF Energy will drive scalable adoption of integrated and affordable rooftop solar solutions across GAF’s established distribution network.

The company said in a release that customers will benefit from a streamlined, turnkey approach to going solar when selecting GAF Energy, from planning and financing, to installation and permitting with utilities.

“As the largest global player in roofing and waterproofing, we will reshape the way clean solar energy becomes a reality for everyone,” said David Millstone, co-CEO of Standard Industries. “We believe that roofing is real estate and we see a future with energy from every roof. GAF Energy’s offerings will empower people to put their roofs to work with technology that is attractive, accessible and affordable.”

A GAF Energy official told Fast Company that around 5 million homes are reroofed in the U.S. annually, but fewer than 300,000 get solar power.

That number could increase as GAF Energy empowers roofing contractors across the U.S. with what it calls “a comprehensive and economical approach to solar installations, bypassing the high-cost of customer acquisition most pure solar technology companies face today.”

With dedicated support teams and training for project management, design, permitting and installation of GAF Energy’s integrated solar roofs, local and regional contractors can effectively grow their businesses while meeting demand for more clean and sustainable sources of energy, according to the company.

“We are best positioned to accelerate the growth of residential solar with over a century of waterproofing experience and the largest network of roofing distributors and contractors in the world.  Our team is in the kitchen with the homeowner at the moment a new roof is required: the most perfect time to provide the opportunity to go green. We couldn’t be more excited to have Martin DeBono and a world class team lead the evolution of rooftop solar for years to come,” said David Winter, co-CEO of Standard Industries.

“GAF Energy capitalizes on the historic challenges facing the rooftop solar industry – acquisition and installation costs – and turns them into demonstrable strengths – making it easy for customers to say ‘yes’ to solar rooftops,” said Martin DeBono, President of GAF Energy. “Our product is smart, integrated and economical, and we hope it will mark a fundamental shift in rooftop solar adoption around the world.”


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Comment bien vivre sur une seule polarité, en ignorant ou passant sous silence l’autre polarité. Votre principal souci, c'est de savoir s'il y a un cambrioleur. Male Perf promet aux hommes de les aider à décupler leur performance sexuelle, de leur redonner confiance en leur capacité d’entre temps, de leur permettre de satisfaire leur partenaire au-delà de leur espérance en leur procurant orgasmes et plaisirs. S’il est encore trop tôt pour pouvoir dresser un bilan de ces mesures, ces dernières témoignent tout de même de l’effort continu des Gouvernements pour définir des solutions pour les banlieues en difficulté. Le prix et son remboursement ne sont pas prioritaires, l’aspect onéreux passe après l’efficacité.

Stesso traguardo, invece, solo per il 12% nelle donne. Una volta un amico mi vendita cialis in svizzera raccontò che faceva poco sesso con sua moglie ma che per il resto aveva un comprar propecia en farmacia rapporto invidiabile: Dall’altro lato, l’arginina migliora la circolazione acquistare propecia sanguignea e lo zinco stimola la formazione degli ormoni sessuali maschili. è un cialis on line classico esercizio che viene usato tantissimo nelle terapie di coppia, facile ed efficiente.