The Brazilian solar company will invest around 100 million BRL (around $30.7 million) in five solar facilities in the Brazilian state of Tocantins.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) study of solar pump technology used in India assesses technical performance and explores innovative business cases to increase user adoption. The study also helps farmers to choose the right size of the pump according to their requirement or size of fields.
The Australian government has agreed to provide AU$2.57 million (US$1.9 million) to support a two-year pilot project that will use blockchain technology to pair utility-scale and commercial rooftop PV with a battery, electric vehicle charging stations and water treatment and capture systems in the state of Western Australia.
The company’s unit Etihad ESCO will carry out the tendering process for the projects, which will be developed on DEWA’s water reservoirs.
The French developer was selected by Senegal’s power utility Senelec to install 10 solar power plants across four different regions of the African country.
The two projects, which were awarded a long-term PPA in Mexico’s second power auction held in 2016, have received financial support of $294 million.
UK-based asset manager Foresight Group claims to have assembled the largest asset fleet of utility scale solar in Australia. After having acquired four solar projects in Queensland and initiated one Victorian project in less than two years, the fund noted that it had moved quickly to “capitalise on the opportunities.”
Yingli Solar has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Yingli Energy Company Limited is to develop a 100 MW “Top Runner” solar project in Wuhai City, in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region.