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AORA to build pilot solar-hybrid plant in Ethiopia

AORA Tulip installation

Israel-based hybrid power developer AORA Solar has signed a deal with Ethiopia's Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy to begin construction of a pilot solar-hybrid power plant.


Germany provides additional $800 million loan for Moroccan solar park

Ourazazate CSP project, Morocco

The German federal government is providing additional backing for the construction of one of the world's largest solar power complexes, which will have a total capacity of 560 MW when completed. The support is part of Germany's...


Interview: Nautilus Solar president applauds US-China climate protection deal

Barak Obama, Xi Jinping

Laura E. Stern, president of New Jersey-based Nautilus Solar Energy, speaks with pv magazine about one of the most momentous international climate protection achievements in history: The recent agreement between the United States...


Interview: Storage at cusp of strong growth in commercial market

A lithium ion battery.

Last week GTM Research released its latest solar-plus-storage market report. Ravi Manghani, senior analyst energy storage at GTM Research spoke to pv magazine about the emerging storage market in the commercial sector both for...


Abengoa beats fossil fuels on price with solar PV & CSP plus storage in Chile

In addition to the large amount of solar PV awarded in Chile's latest energy supply auction, the Spanish developer has been awarded contracts to supply electricity on a 24-hour basis from concentrating solar power (CSP) and solar...


Japan: 17.5 GW of projects set to be left stranded

A Japanese PV plant.

Following a meeting last week of the Japanese Grid Issues Working Group (WG), it appears likely that 17.336 GW of approved FIT PV projects will be cancelled due to insufficient grid capacity. This is the conclusion of Japanese...


India to bankroll 1 GW of solar projects with $158 million

GE Welsupn Neemuch 151 MW project, India

State-run companies building PV projects that will be connected to the grid will have to use domestically manufactured cells and modules in order to secure financing.


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