KSTAR builds a service center and provides comprehensive after-sales support to KSTAR´s customers in Brazil.
According to a recent report from Brazilian consultancy Greener, unsubsidized solar projects are proliferating in the Latin American country. The study also reveals that the utility scale PV projects that are in an early or intermediate stage of development, have a combined capacity of 98.9 GW.
Growatt is now offering a new generation high power single-phase inverter MIN 7-10KTL-X in Brazil.
The nascent hydrogen economy has seen a good amount of developments in a week that showed an increasing number of players taking part in the game. In the UK, British Airways has invested in hydrogen-electric aircraft developer ZeroAvia with a focus on hydrogen-electric power solutions for 50-plus-seat aircraft. In Brazil, Petrobras has joined forces with Siemens to develop green hydrogen solutions. In Portugal, the government and the European Investment Bank signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding for hydrogen cooperation.
Solar energy is needed everywhere in the world. In Brazil, most of electricity is from hydropower. But when suffered drought (there’s regular time period of drought for some areas of Brazil), and then hydropower will be limited seriously, leading to the people life affected severely. However，
Powertis, a Soltec Power Holdings company, has begun construction of its first photovoltaic plants in Brazil, located in Pedranópolis (São Paulo) and Araxá (Minas Gerais), with a total capacity of 225 MW (112.5 MWp each).
Soltec is committed to Brazil for its potential as a strategic PV market, where it already has a market share of 35.7% and a track record of more than 2.2 GW in projects executed in the country.
“PV products are different from other products that the market cannot be occupied only by low price. In order to win a place in a country, there must be excellent quality as guarantee, strong brand as support, and innovate technology as guidance. This is the capital for an enterprise to win in the fierce international competition, and the key to break the cocoon into a butterfly.” Zhong Qizheng, Co-founder and Vice President of SOFARSOLAR, made such a statement on overseas development.
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