In 2017, 54 new solar projects with a total capacity of 460 MW will be implemented enabling the country to exceed 1 GW of installed PV plants.
The U.S. power group and the Japanese industrial giant will jointly supply a 10 MW Advancion energy storage bank to help integrate renewables such as solar into a grid network operated by Tata Power Delhi Distribution (Tata Power-DDL) in New Delhi.
The Tokyo-based PV module supplier has moved forward with the development of its first utility-scale PV plant by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the authorities in Kitui county, roughly 170 kilometres southeast of Nairobi.
The Shanghai-based integrated solar specialist said it expects to record a “substantial” net loss for the year to the end of December.
The U.S. heterojunction PV cell specialist has secured initial approval to oversee construction of 200 MW of solar capacity in Binh Thuan province.
The 15-year partnership between Multi-Contact and the Stäubli Group has now been fully celebrated, as innovative manufacturer of electrical contacts and system solutions Multi-Contact rebrands, and takes on the well-respected Stäubli name.
China’s NEA has officially dropped the target to at least 105 GW by 2020, as well as setting goals for the PV industry and indicating that it will emphasize projects in Eastern China and the region around Beijing.
Does this mean that the age of mega-solar projects is over at last?