• MAY THERE ALWAYS
    BE SUNSHINE!

  • MAY THERE ALWAYS
    BE SUNSHINE!

  • MAY THERE ALWAYS
    BE SUNSHINE!

ABOUT US

The conversion of solar energy into electrical energy is the core business of the company. The production is based on advanced technologies and is not only highly efficient but also eco-friendly.

Tokmak Solar Energy is a dealer of japanese brand Sharp, a leading manufacturer of equipment for solar power plants, and austrian company Fronius, which produce converters - equipment which converts solar energy into electrical energy.

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WE OFFER

Legal regulation at all
stages of construction
We provide consultations
and help in preparing the necessary
documentation
Development and support
of exclusive software
Tokmak Solar Portal
Service and post-warranty
service
Full package of accompanying
documentation for the provision of
services production and transmission
electric power
Development of project documentation,
construction and commissioning
solar power plants

NEWS

09

April

Finally, an umbrella you’ll never lose

If you are someone who is endlessly searching for your misplaced umbrella when bad weather strikes, have no fear: the Blunt Umbrella is here. The smart umbrella is equipped with the Bluetooth-enabled Tile app. The technology uses your smartphone to locate the lost umbrella, which starts “singing” ...
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12

October

A desert farm is growing tomatoes on seawater and solar power

Agriculturalists dream of making deserts bloom. Now the dream is coming true using the sun, seawater, and little else. On 20 hectares in the South Australian desert, Sundrop Farms—officially launched on Oct. 6—uses a field of 23,000 mirrors to produce energy for electricity and water conversion. ...
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03

October

Iceland: northern lights replace street lights in Reykjavik

Authorities turned off lights in the capital for an hour to ‘maximise the darkness’ and allow residents a better view of the beautiful aurora borealis. Street lighting in Reykjavik has been switched off for an hour to give residents of the Icelandic capital a better view of the aurora ...
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26

September

Solar Energy from Rain

While solar energy provides consumers with a renewable and sustainable source for their electricity needs, adverse weather conditions can limit solar panels from producing as much energy as they could in normal conditions, reducing their efficiency. During bad weather, stored energy within the ...
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