WALNUT, Calif., Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunvalley Solar, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SSOL), a leading solar power technology and solar system integration company, announces today the filing of Patent Application Number 13198076 Titled 'Networked Solar Panels and Related Methods', which addresses challenges in the solar energy market.
The current issue with solar energy lies in the increasing popularity of distributed solar panels and their compatibility or lack thereof with the current electrical power grid systems. The electrical power generated by the solar panels varies considerably with the change of environment, such as weather. The unpredictable fluctuation of the power output from the vast amount of solar panels introduces adverse effect on the power grid system. The patent filed by Sunvalley solar tackles the problem on two fronts: power release from the panels and communication with the centralized power grid control system.
"With the increase in viability, popularity and availability of energy from solar systems it necessary to maintain the uniformity of the power supplied not only for the individual users but for the central power grids as well. Our invention will greatly reduce the adverse effect on the power grid system caused by unpredictable output power fluctuations, and make the solar technology much easier to be integrated with other types of energy sources," said Fang Xu, CTO of Sunvalley Solar Inc, "We are collaborating with our solar equipment supply partners to address this issue effectively. We will continuously work towards design optimization and develop more innovations in this field."
About Sunvalley Solar, Inc.
Sunvalley Solar, Inc. is a leading solar system solution provider that offers comprehensive solar energy technology, system design, installation, equipments, and technical support for electrical contractors, builders, homeowners, businesses/commercial buildings, and government entities that assist them in lowering of utility bills, reducing environmental impacts, and increasing energy reliability and independence through solar energy. Located in Los Angeles, California, Sunvalley Solar Inc. is committed to reducing the world's carbon foot print from traditional energy sources to make renewable sources such as solar the nation's mainstream source of power.
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