Vietnam is one of the recognized renewable energy markets in the world, particularly in Southeast Asia region. It has a great potential to develop solar power, especially in its central and south regions. As the world is facing impacts of COVID-19 and the countries are bouncing back, the energy demand has been high like never […]
ENcome’s success story in Australia continues: As one of the leading O&M companies in the Australian market, ENcome is proud to place three of their managed solar parks in the Top 10 of best performing PV assets in Australia. The Rugby Run project in Queensland took 1st place in the current ranking.
SR Investimenti, advised by Prothea, acquired a 10MWp solar PV portfolio from a fund managed by InfraRed Capital Partners, advised by L&B Partners. SR Investimenti also completed a refinancing of the assets.
JA Solar announced today that its new DeepBlue 3.0 series modules passed certification testing conducted by TUV SUD to the standards of IEC 61215 and IEC 61730. These standards certify quality across various product attributes such as design, structure, materials, components and production technologies. The certification demonstrates the reliability and safety of the product line, and its readiness to be introduced into the global PV market. The DeepBlue 3.0 modules are built using 182 mm x 182 mm wafers
The German solar power specialist BELECTRIC continues to expand its presence in the Dutch solar market: With the completion of the “Hof van Twente” solar energy park (over 9 MW), the EPC (engineering-procurement-construction) provider BELECTRIC has achieved a successful on-time launch and connection of the first of two projects for its German client Kronos Solar.
Elgin Energy and Foresight Group are pleased to announce the formation of a joint venture (JV) to develop a pipeline of greenfield solar projects across the UK.
Evonik and Siemens Energy today commissioned a pilot plant sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) that uses carbon dioxide and water to produce chemicals. The necessary energy is supplied by electricity from renewable sources.
59MWDC facility is built on disused landfill and is the largest urban photovoltaic power plant in Europe
Today, at Solarplaza’s The Solar Future Nordics event, BayWa r.e. announced it has secured 98 ha of land for the development, construction and operation of a largescale PV farm in Southern Sweden, which marks the start of an anticipated sustained period of growth and expansion for its solar business in the region.
New Funding to Expand the Company’s Pay-As-You-Go Solar Financing Business, Backed by Leading Investors CDC Group, FMO, Norfund, and ARCH Emerging Markets Partner
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