AC modules continue their launch – but will be slow to adoption

Throughout 2011 – and continuing this week at Dallas' Solar Power International – module players have debuted alternating-current (AC) outputting modules, something Lux foresaw in the State of the Market Report "Shorting Out the Myths of Solar Power Electronics: What Fits and What Fails." Previously...

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