There is a pressing need to reduce
climate change which has become
the most important issue
of the 21st Century. Thus, our focus is
the development & exploitation of efficient energy
sources that do not produce greenhouse gases.
Aeltari is committed to being part of a
sustainable future by developing and investing in renewable energy
renewable energy industry is very
dynamic with constantly changing
technologies, economic landscapes and political
Over the last 20 years, the PV
industry has expanded production by a factor of
roughly 200. It is probable that this rate of
increase will continue for the next 5 to 10 years,
when PV electricity may become cheaper than traditional means of
generation becoming independent of
subsidies, feed-in-tarifs or green certificates!
photovoltaic (“PV”) cells were used for
satellites (during the 1960s) which
required a very stable and reliable
source of energy. Though the best
technical solution, these cells were
about 1970, the first terrestrial
applications appeared mainly to supply
electricity for isolated off-grid radio
relay stations. Little by little more
and more applications developed.
Progressively prices have decreased and
cell efficiencies and electronic systems
have become far more efficient. This
steady progress has meant that today PV
electricity can become main stream.
Consequently, today there are over 400 solar power plants with a capacity
of more than 2MW.