From left: Jose A. Amo-Párraga, Magtel. José Maria Flores-Arias, University of Cordoba, prof. Horst Schwetlick, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, prof. Math Bollen, Luleå University of Technology, Sarah Rönnberg Luleå University of Technology, Aurora Gil-de-Castro, University of Cordoba.

Electrical Power Researchers explores how large solar cells establishmens affects the power quality

The Electric Power Group at LTU Skellefteå, together with the University of Cordoba and MAGTEL Renovables, Spain has launched a research partnership. The aim is to examine how a large solar cells establishment affects the electric power quality.

Solar Cells Establishment outside Cordoba, Spain

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Published: 10 April 2012


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