leXsolar – understanding new energies
Renewable energy is on everyone's lips. Nowadays wind and sun energy are taken for granted. But how exactly does this new technology work? And how many further opportunities for the energy production are there? The company leXsolar gives all these answers and makes the next generations ready for a 100% Renewable Energy future.
Pupils, students and adults will get closer to the topic in a clear and practical way and will get enthusiastic thanks to high quality products. At the same time leXsolar focuses on the highest quality and a customer-oriented service "MADE IN GERMANY".
With the help of more than 50 global partners in the field of education and industry, leXsolar is a market leader of experimentation and demonstration systems for renewable energy.
The world is turning to electric transportation to curb greenhouse gas emissions. The trend toward electric mobility forces changes along the automotive sector's entire value chain. The new vehicles on the one hand require a number of technically innovative components and systems to operate and on the other hand new infrastructure, business models and services. The only way to achieve this, is high-quality training and education at colleges, vocational schools and universities....
Understanding the complex interactions between renewable energies, energy stores and consumers in a smart grid is an important objective in vocational and technical education. leXsolar-SmartGrid Professional is the ideal basic training system to reach this goal. With setting-up smart grids on a laboratory scale and its measurement and control students will learn the electro-technical challenges of mains operations very demonstratively.
Nowadays, a comprehensive understanding of photovoltaics is necessary for a variety of professions in the fields of renewable energies. For the relevant studies and courses of education, leXsolar-PV Professional offers the optimal tools for practical courses. The spectrum of experiments reaches from the physical fundamentals of photovoltaics, to the analysis of the components of PV-Systems, up to the design of complex PV-Systems on a laboratory scale.....