Solarbrush shifts from robots to drones

Solarbrush (see the January 15, 2014 LRSJ) – one of the many automated solar operation and maintenance (O&M) technology providers garnering attention recently – has changed its strategy, moving away from the more common solar panel-cleaning robots, to untethered, autonomous solar panel-cleaning d...

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