Kipp & Zonen Blog

6 views on the subject of soiling, looking back at SPI 2018

RT1 rooftop sensor exceeds expectations

Online solar irradiance measurement configurator for PV projects

Choosing the right data logger for your Kipp & Zonen CMP series pyranometer

Sahara dust at our headquarters in Delft

First new smart UV sensors sent to customers this week

The DustIQ arrives at the Green Energy Park

Successful DustIQ test installation in Southern Spain

Takeaways from the PV Operations conference in Munich

Where to place DustIQ in a PV plant

Solarplaza’s Whitepaper on Soiling

6 myths about satellite and pyranometer irradiance measurements for solar plants

An insight into the uncertainties of pyranometer measurements

RT1 launches in India

Solar Energy in India and the Importance of Pyranometer Calibration

Irradiance measurements for PV plants: satellite or pyranometer?

Inside the Ruicheng PV Pioneer Project

DustIQ at the Solar Asset Management conference in Milan

The pressure has been on, but RT1 is ready to roll!

Re-calibration: a matter of good maintenance practice

Global operation, local calibration!

How to create a succesful global team?

46 year old CM5 pyranometer wins the pyranometer hunt

DustIQ soiling measurement as simple as 123

Here are the results of the DustIQ contest – and the winners are…

A busy week in Bangkok

PV Plant Performance Ratios during Design and Installation

Irradiance measurements for your solar plant’s performance ratio

How the visitors of Intersolar responded to the new DustIQ

Puzzled by PV Performance Ratios?

Intersolar Kickstarts Kipp & Zonen’s New Products: DustIQ and RT1

Intersolar, now that the dust has settled

Our launch partners are ready and prepared for DustIQ

Key success factors for innovators in the emerging solar energy market

Product Manager recharging for the launch of two new innovations at Intersolar

Inspiration and the Road to Innovation in PV Soiling Monitoring

Sneak preview of our product launch at Intersolar 2017

Solar-Tech innovations inspired by rice fields