Kumudzi Kuwale Limited, situated in Nkhotakota in Malawi, aims at providing affordable light to marginalized rural Malawians by building 300 solar charging stations in rural villages by 2021. For less than 1,5USD per month, rural Malawians get unlimited access to light through Kumudzi Kuwale’s charging station concept. The concept has proven to offer attractive, affordable light to rural Malawians, as well as being a sustainable business model for the company.
AleaSoft analyses the reintroduction of the 7% tax on the generation of electricity and its impact on the price of the Iberian electricity market MIBEL.
Solar Steel, division of Gonvarri Steel Services will supply three new installations of solar-powered irrigation systems to different farming exploitations in Spain. These PV irrigation-pumping systems use the most advanced solar tracking technology, present in the single-row TracSmarT+ tracker.
Nigerian Breweries Plc and CrossBoundary Energy on Monday announced the signing of Heineken’s first solar project in Africa. CrossBoundary Energy will be installing and operating a 650 kW solar plant at the company’s Ibadan brewery, which will be operational this year. The landmark project is the first of its kind for Nigeria – a fully-financed […]
Krannich Solar, one of the world’s leading retailers for photovoltaics, has added the roof integrated solar system Clearline fusion from the UK-based manufacturer Viridian Solar to its portfolio. Clients who do not wish to abandon the conventional appearance of roofs now have an aesthetic alternative with this inroof system.
Energy storage systems are attracting great interest in more and more industries. The reasons: Technological maturity and a multitude of marketable products. This development is also substantiated by the trade fair cooperations as well as by the positive visitor reactions at this year’s Energy Storage Europe, which ends today in Düsseldorf after three successful days. More than 90% of visitors and exhibitors confirmed their satisfaction with the industry event.
During PV Expo in Tokyo, Japan end of February, PV Magazine had a chance to interview with LONGi, talking with their General Manager of LONGi’s Japan branch office, Mr. Qin Chao about the current situation and strategy of LONGi in the important Japanese market.
The world’s largest thin-film solar power solution company, Hanergy Thin Film Power Group has signed an agreement with the Academy of Meteorological Science to supply its revolutionary thin-film solar panels to support meteorology research in Antarctic. As per the agreement, Hanergy’s thin-film solar panels will be utilized in an equipment and observation station in the Antarctic […]
With a capacity of 34 MWp, the Zuyderzon Almere solar park in the Dutch province of Flevoland is one of the largest in the country and again demonstrates the Dutch are in the fast lane to the energy transition. Last year, German project planner and EPC Pfalzsolar prevailed against numerous international competitors in a call for tenders and won the contract for the large-scale project. The tender was issued by HVC, one of the largest non-commercial waste management companies in the Netherlands, in cooperation with Sunwatt, a project developer for sustainable energy assets. The four-month construction period begins next Thursday.
France is a country that bases the security of its supply on nuclear production. Just wanting to halve the share of nuclear production in the electricity mix is already a major challenge that will test the country’s energy transition plans.
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