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Intersolar Trade Fair: Hydro Furthers Sustainable Resources Development. Norsk Hydro has presented what it says is a world first, at the current Intersolar Europe exhibition in Munich. According to a company press release, HySelect is a unique “selectively coil-coated aluminium sheet for solar thermal energy.” The novelty consists of adding a special aluminium foil to the solar dish manufacturing process for improved solar energy collection. 

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Intersolar Trade Fair: Hydro Furthers Sustainable Resources Development

Published on Thursday, 10th June, 2010 at 14:42 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.

Norsk Hydro has presented what it says is a world first, at the current Intersolar Europe exhibition in Munich.

Solar mirror
Solar mirror
Photo: Norsk Hydro


According to a company press release, HySelect is a unique “selectively coil-coated aluminium sheet for solar thermal energy.”

The novelty consists of adding a special aluminium foil to the solar dish manufacturing process for improved solar energy collection. 

By utilising the cost-effective base material, the company claims HySelect pushes the limits of solar energy usage by up to as much as 90%.

Amongst its various aluminium solutions, Hydro also showed HyBridAl, a technology designed for concentrated solar power systems, ensuring efficient and long-lasting performance in dryer weather conditions.  

Hydro says it’s also testing a new product called HyGloss designed to replace solar mirrors thanks to both its highly reflective feature and ultra light weight.



Published on Thursday, 10th June, 2010 at 14:42 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.

This post has the following tags: hydro, solar, mirror, munich, intersolar, trade, fair, hyselect, hygloss.





  
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