Solar module manufacturer and supplier Maysun Solar recently participated in a solar expo in Sweden. The renowned company showcased its range of products in solar panels, attracting the attention of industry experts, investors and renewable energy enthusiasts. The exhibition, hosted in Sweden, brought together solar industry leaders from around the world to showcase their latest […]
Maysun Solar has announced a deepened partnership with Zenitec, a provider of solar solutions in Sweden. The two companies share a commitment to sustainability and have delivered groundbreaking solar solutions to businesses and households throughout Sweden. The partnership aims to expand the product offering, improve business efficiency, and promote the adoption of solar technology in Sweden.
LONGi, the largest producer of solar modules globally, has grown its partnerships with Swedish solar installers Aprilice and Senergia. The two companies were the first in the world to receive and deploy LONGi’s latest advanced technology. Following the manufacturer’s November 2022 release of its new “Hi-MO 6” module series, the first examples worldwide were sent […]
E.E.W. Eco Energy World Limited, an independent global, pure-play renewable energy project developer, has announced the successful sale of a 42 MWdc solar PV project in Sweden to a large Swedish solar and wind developer.
In the latest expansion of its battery storage capacity, Axpo will build a 20MW/20MWh facility in Sweden to deliver services to the grid in 2024, it was announced today. Axpo acquired the project from developers RES, a global renewable energy company, and Scandinavian Capacity Reserve (SCR). The lithium-ion based facility will be built in Landskrona and connected to the grid by local energy company Landskrona Energi.
Sweden’s annual PV capacity additions could grow by around 33% to 750 MW this year, from 500 MW in 2021, according to Becquerel Sweden. The large-scale solar market is set to contribute up to 150 MW, and the segment is expected to grow significantly beyond 2022.
The Nordic region is set to become a European renewables powerhouse, according to Rystad Energy. It says Finland, Sweden and Denmark could collectively install up to 12.8 GW of new solar by 2030.
European Energy is ready to start building a 128.5 MW solar park in Sweden. The project was halted earlier this year, but that decision has since been reversed. The installation is expected to start generating electricity in 2024.
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