8.1 million solar panels were installed in the Netherlands in 2019, increasing the total installed capacity by 53% to nearly 7 gigawatt. This is according to the National Dutch Solar Trend Report 2020, published by Dutch New Energy Research. To allow this growth to continue, a major upgrade of the Dutch power grid will be required.
The main regional business event in the field of solar energy devoted to the latest technology, trends, and investment opportunities – CISOLAR 2020, the 9th International Solar Energy Conference and Trade Show of Central and Eastern Europe – will take place in Kyiv on April, 7-9 (ua.cis-solar.com).
Hunt Energy announced today that its solar technology company, Hunt Perovskite Technologies
(HPT), has achieved an industry-leading milestone in the development of a highly-durable perovskite technology
for the manufacture of low-cost printed solar cells.
Sunseap Group Pte Ltd (Sunseap), Singapore’s leading provider of renewable energy solutions, continues to attract strong investor following. It said today that it has raised S$100 million in its fourth round of fund-raising from Banpu, a listed company on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, as part of its commitment towards sustainability.
VDMA joins letter that calls for industrial strategy for solar and renewables to be at heart of European Green Deal
Talesun is going to establish a second domestic production base in Zibo, Shandong province for 5 GW of high-efficiency PV panels. The construction is under going and will be commissioning by end of this year.
Jinkosolar stock surged again on Wednesday after a major rising 18.67% in the earlier day and as investors who pull out the calculator and look at reality scrambled to catch up.
Energy demand in Turkey is growing rapidly. To cover it, the Turkish government is increasingly banking on low-cost solar power. The installed solar capacity is expected to rise from about 6 GW to up to 10 GW by 2024. Solar projects with a total volume of 100 MW will also contribute to this, for whose supply SMA has now signed a contract with TEGNATIA Enerji A.Ş. The first project for which SMA will supply inverters and other system technology is the 40 MW PV power plant Teksin in the center of the country, which will be the largest solar power plant in Turkey after its commissioning.
Parallel to the PCIM Europe exhibition, the conference held from May 5-7 in Nuremberg, offering a multi-faceted program consisting of lecture and poster presentations, keynotes, special sessions and exclusive seminars and tutorials.
For the first time in its history, SiliconPV will be held in China, from June 1-5. It will be the key event for sharing and understanding cutting-edge developments and upcoming trends in silicon photovoltaics. The event focuses on science and advanced technologies along the value chain of crystalline silicon cells and modules.
NPV and the bifiPV workshops will take place at the conference. Register now and benefit from the early bird discount by April 3.
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