French energy group ENGIE has selected Ecoppia to provide its state-of-the-art, water-free solar panel cleaning system to 168 MW of a 190 MW PV system, to reduce the LCOE and maintain peak energy production of the panels.
State-owned company Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) has started a tender process for 500 MW of PV in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, according to Mercom Capital, with hopes that this tender will attract more interest than the...
A leaked memo on the Trump Administration's Energy Plan focuses more on expanding fossil fuel infrastructure and stopping federal regulation of carbon, but also says that all energy subsidies should eventually be eliminated.
The first such product of its type, the NX Fusion Plus comprises a solar tracker, battery and inverter designed to increase energy output and performance duration of solar power plants.
Close to $1bn of solar modules and cells imported into India in the first six months of the financial year, while exports rose 12% to reach $52 million, finds latest analysis by Mercom Capital Group.
Transitioning to a fully renewable energy system, with over 50% coming from solar PV, would be the cheapest option for South America and it is possible in the next 15 years, according to research conducted by the Lappeenranta...
The solar investment fund has paid GBP 22.7 million for five sub-5 MW solar PV plants in England and Wales that are due to become operational before March 31, 2017.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance now considers the Indian solar company a Tier 1 operator, becoming only the second in the country after Vikram Solar to earn the accolade.
The U.S. microinverter specialist confirms that SunSystem Technology will act as the company's primary residential O&M service provider after selling its O&M field service division Next Phase Solar.
Disclosed venture funding and project finance of energy storage projects in the U.S. in the third quarter reached $660 million, although actual deployments contracted slightly, says GTM Research.
The company is also building a 115 MW PV plant in the nation.
The British perovskite pioneer attracts yet more funding, this time via three new strategic investors, including Statoil ASA and Legal & General Capital.
The Norwegian developer and contractor has signed a deal with Kroma Energia for the four plants, which acquired contracts for the plants in last November’s auction.
The first auction, to be held on December 30, will be for a total capacity of 100 MW for small, sub-1 MW installations; a further 300 MW of PV capacity will be auctioned in 2017.
The German inverter specialist to build on its sizable presence in the growing Indian solar market with supply of 616 MW of its 1000CP XT central inverter to Indian solar power developer Greenko Energies.
The Chinese solar firm secures project financing from the South Korean conglomerate for the construction and operation of a 55 MWp solar plant in Japan's Yamaguchi prefecture.
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