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Conergy to develop 21 MW in Thailand

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More evidence of Conergy’s strong presence in South East Asia has emerged today, with the company announcing that it has been selected to develop two photovoltaic power plants worth 21 MW in Thailand.

South Africa: Standard Bank to underwrite $1 billion debt financing for PV projects

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Standard Bank Group will underwrite $1 billion worth of debt for the first batch of photovoltaic and wind projects, which signed contracts with South Africa’s Department of Energy under the country’s Renewable Energy Independent...

Big interest in Poland’s PV market

Poland conference Solarpraxis

Currently the government in Warsaw is still struggling with the reorganization of its solar subsidies. Nevertheless, project planners have already put their hopes in a market that promises attractive subsidies for both large and...

Renault inaugurates 59 MW of PV installations

Employees' parking equipped with photovoltaic pannels at Sandouville plant

French car manufacturer Renault has inaugurated a total of 59 MW worth of rooftop photovoltaic systems at six of its French production sites.

Brazil receives requests for 793 MW of PV

Brazil solar photovoltaic rooftop plant

Requests for regulatory authorization to develop and operate 34 photovoltaic plants worth a total of 793 MW have been received in the past few days, according to Brazil’s national electricity regulator, ANEEL.

Algeria plans over 3 GW of solar

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Algerian state-owned company Sonelgaz intends to deploy more than four GW of renewable energy in Algeria within the next decade, most of which will comprise solar power.

Moncada plans 189 MW South African PV project

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Italian renewables company Moncada Group has won the second tender issued by the South African Department of Energy to build a 189 MW, €240 million photovoltaic plant in De Aar, near Cape Town.

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