It’s easy to imagine the smile on our Service Development Engineer Falk Wildgrube’s face when he learned he would be traveling to the opulent and sunny city-state of Singapore to deliver a SINUS-220. Well known for both its cultural diversity and immaculate streets and public spaces, Singapore remains a popular Asian tourist destination.

An island nation with no domestic fossil fuel and very few renewable energy resources, Singapore has a burning interest in squeezing maximum efficiency from every source of energy available. Solar photovoltaics are no exception.

Correspondingly, the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) has a great responsibility and considerable government support. This world-renowned institution for instance recently built a brand-new Photovoltaic Module Development and Testing facility at its CleanTech Park. And they’ve also purchased a SINUS-220 — the most precise and efficient way to simulate the sun for testing and advancing the latest in high-performance PV cells.

We’re very pleased to see our technology become part of the solution for a country facing one of the most challenging energy scenarios in the world. We look forward to seeing our LEDs continue to replace Xenon simulators across Asia and the rest of the world to accelerate sustainable energy R&D.

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The SINUS-220 LED solar simulator is currently one of the best simulators under the sun, providing nearly flawless efficiency measurement of solar cells.

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