Contracts have been inked for the Albuquerque-headquartered manufacturer of solar tracking systems to supply Neoen Australia’s three recently announced solar power plants with a combined 130 MW capacity.
2016 was the strongest year ever for global renewable additions, reveals the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), with the growth of solar particularly dominant.
As the UK was bathed in spring sunshine over the last weekend, its patchwork of rooftop and ground-mounted solar panels set a new generation record.
The Indian independent power producer takes a giant step in building up its presence in the Indian state of Karnataka with a 130 MW project.
Hindustan Power’s clean energy arm is growing its solar portfolio in the sunny state of Punjab with a 50 MW power plant.
The Singapore-based PV manufacturer is taking the uniformly black-colored version of its TwinPeak solar module to the factory floor.
Since launching in October 2016, off-grid solar solution supplier d.light has sold over 120,000 units of its D30 Pay-Go home system. Most of the sales were made in East Africa, with the Kenyan market accounting for the majority of sales.
The Spanish solar developer has announced that the financing agreement for two solar PV plants in Jordan with a total capacity of 133.4 MW has been finalized. Construction in the Mafraq region is set to commence shortly.
First Solar closes another Australian project, to supply the Manildra Solar Farm project. The project reached financial close today, with RCR O’Donnell Griffin named as EPC. Construction is set to commence within three months.
The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has commissioned solar projects aggregating 20 MW at the Bhadla Solar Park in Rajasthan.
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