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New floating structure for offshore PV, from Malta

The new floating structures can be made of light, reinforced concrete or similar materials, and are claimed to withstand 6m high waves. They can be utilized with standard photovoltaic modules that are currently available on the market.

Eurostat figures confirm rise of renewables during Covid-hit 2020

While solar, wind and hydro generated 80 TWh more electricity last year than in 2019, coal and oil use fell in every EU member state, and Greek energy emissions fell almost 19%.

Lowest bid in Malta’s third PV tender hits €0.12/kWh

The highest bid in Malta’s latest procurement exercise was €0.129/kWh. The Maltese authorities selected eight PV projects, with capacities ranging from 1 MW to 3 MW.

Malta launches 15 MW solar tender

The government wants to procure several 1 MW-plus solar plants. The tender is the third of its kind, and part of the 50 MW incentive scheme the island’s government launched in November 2017.


Europe moves further towards large-scale battery cell production

More than a dozen European ministers of economic affairs have released a statement setting out the next steps to turn Europe into an industrial hub for large-scale cell production. The role of SMEs and competition was highlighted as ministers said European cells should provide innovation in terms of raw material use and sustainability, hinting at a pivot away from lithium-ion.


Malta launches second tender for solar plants exceeding 1 MW in size

The call is the second of its kind, and part of the 50 MW incentive scheme the island’s government launched in November. Malta is aiming to reach 200 MW of PV capacity by 2020.

Malta launches incentive scheme for solar farms larger than 1 MW

With this new scheme, the Maltese government hopes to deploy around 50 MW of PV capacity over the next three years.


Malta makes room for more PV

Malta’s water supplier has signed an agreement with Malta Developers Association and with Malta Chamber of SMEs to build MW-sized solar plants on the roofs of all its reservoirs.


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