Logic Energy is Exhibiting at Renewable UK 2012 in addition Eduardo Estelles MD at Logic Energy will be speaking at the conference on 1st November.
Logic Energy' s Accomplishments in 2012 This year has been a busy year for all of us at Logic Energy, with the release of our mobile apps for both iPhone and Android platforms, our online shop launch and new website which showcases Sustainable Energy Monitoring Solutions; frequent updates and advancements in our SOLID Live Monitoring packages and products which all have been CE and EMC tested and manufactured in the UK under ISO 9001 standards. Our servers are hosted on a SAS 70 Type II data centre, the same level of reliability and security as Banks. We're Exhibiting too! At the Instrumentation Scotland & Offshore Systems..Read More »
In our most recent Newsletter we explored the questions asked by Renewable Energy Experts: PV sites installations? How do you know they are performing at their best? More Wind Turbine sales needed? Renewable Energy in Buildings and Schools! Demos and Case Studies To keep up with the news from Logic Energy sign up for our newsletter here meantime you can catch up with LogicEnergy's news below. As a renewable Energy Expert you probably by now you already know about LOGICENERGY, but did you know we can help you maximise your customer satisfaction and therefore your sales? Here are some examples of what..Read More »
The PV or Photovoltaic monitoring system is used for monitoring of solar panels that convert sunlight into electricity. Photovoltaic systems are made up of solar panels , power converters and interconnections that connect other components. These solar panels are used to supply and generate electricity for commercial and residential applications. Photovoltaic system applications include stand-alone systems, solar vehicles, grid connected systems, small-scale DIY solar systems, power plants and building systems. Monitoring systems track the performance of the PV installation. Solar panels 101 The photovoltaic technology uses a semiconductor to release electrons. The most common type of semiconductor used is silicon,..Read More »