skip to main content

Products list


Photovoltaic (PV) electricity generation (i.e. solar cells) is one of the most promising renewable During the last decade the PV industry has grown more than 40% per year. Along with the PV module production the amount of installed PV power around the world has increased accordingly. In the end of 2012 the global cumulative installed grid connected capacity was at least 97 GW The rapid decrease in cost of PV systems in recent years has helped to boost the yearly installed capacity. A photovoltaic (PV) plant transforms directly and instantaneously solar energy into electrical energy without using any fuels. A residential PV power system enables a homeowner to generate some or all of their daily electrical energy demand on their own roof, exchanging daytime excess power for future energy needs

Smart lighting is a lighting technology designed for energy efficiency. This may include high efficiency fixtures and automated controls that make adjustments based on conditions such as occupancy or daylight availability.
Usually lighting consumes a lot of electrical energy every day all around the world. According to the statistics, 20 to 50 percent of total energy consumed in homes and offices are used for lighting. What is surprising to us is that over 90 percent of the lighting energy expense used for some of the buildings is unnecessary due to the over-illumination.The cost of lighting can be very realistic. For a single 100 W light bulb, it will cost over $50 if it is used for 12 hours per day (0.12/kWh). As a result, lighting can take a large part of the energy consumption, especially for large buildings.



Solar thermal is a technology designed to harness sunlight for its thermal energy (heat). This heat is often used for heating water used in homes, businesses, swimming pools, and for heating the insides of buildings (space heating). In order to heat water using sunlight, a solar thermal collector heats a fluid that is pumped through it. As the fluid is pumped through the collector, the fluid becomes heated. The now heated fluid then is pumped out of the collector and through a heat exchanger. Heat exchangers are usually comprised of copper, and are normally found inside a solar storage tank. This allows the heat in the fluid to be transmitted - or exchanged, hence the name - into the water in the storage tank. These highly effective systems are popular in many parts of the globe, from China to Canada to Zimbabwe. The panels are typically 70%-90% efficient, compared to around 20% efficiency for solar photovoltaic (pv) systems. Solar thermal energy displaces the use of the existing hot water heater and heating equipment, typically displacing either natural gas or electricity.

Solar pumps operate anywhere that the sun shines, and the longer it shines, the more water they pump. When its cloudy, they pump less water, but often you need less water when it is cloudy. Photovoltaic modules, the power source for solar pumping, have no moving parts, require no maintenance and last for decades. A properly designed solar pumping system will be efficient, simple and reliable. Solar submersible pumping systems from Queens present a cost effective, flexible and secure water supply solution using clean energy.



SunLink PV produces high quality mono and poly crystalline solar cells. All equipment used in SunLinkā€™s manufacturing process has been designed and supplied from industry leading photovoltaic suppliers such as Centrotherm AG, Applied Materials and JRT Photovoltaic. SunLink PV applies the latest in PV research technology to develop solar cells of the highest efficiency, thus keeping in tune with advanced levels in the PV industry. To continually break the boundaries of solar technology, SunLink PV never stops working to develop optimum cell solutions for specific requirements. Constantly pushing the boundaries to meet customer expectations. SunLink succeeds with reliable solar cells that guarantee excellent energy output.