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Moduły fotowoltaiczne TOPCon typu N podbijają polski rynek fotowoltaiczny

Podczas webinaru pv magazine Jinko Solar zaprezentuje własną technologię TOPCon, a także przeanalizuje trendy rynkowe. Do webinarium dołączy także Menloelectric i Polenergii, który omówi potencjał technologii TOPCon na polskim rynku.

Storing renewables with high-rise elevators

Lift Energy Storage Technology is a proposed long-term storage solution that relies on elevators to bring solid masses to the tops of buildings in charging mode. It then lowers the same mass to produce electricity in discharge mode.


Module brands that earn the trust of solar installers

The latest global PV installer survey by Germany’s EUPD Research offers a hint of the solar brands which installers, mostly based in Europe, gravitate toward. This year’s report also ventured to South Africa and considered mounting systems for the first time.


EBRD stumps up €46m for ‘Poland’s biggest solar park’

The London-based international lender has provided finance for the “up to 286 MW” project alongside Poland’s two biggest retail banks.


IFC boosts green lending in Poland

International Finance Corp. has underwritten potential credit losses on part of a $730 million loan book held by the Polish operations of Santander, freeing up finance to be issued for more green projects, including renewables.


Sonnedix acquires Polish solar developer Sun Power Energy

The Polish company has a PV project pipeline of over 1GW.

Green Cell unveils 5kWh residential battery

Called GC PowerNest, the battery has a storage capacity of 5kWh and a voltage of 51.2V. It is scalable in an eight-stack configuration, thus reaching a capacity of up to 40kWh.


Latest Polish renewables auction shows momentum of unsubsidized solar

Recent analysis from German consultancy Enervis has shown that only 40% of the electricity to be generated by solar capacity in Poland’s latest auction for utility scale renewables will be sold under the exercise’s contracts for difference regime, and that the remaining share will be sold under bilateral power purchase agreements or to the spot market.

Polish gas plans could leave taxpayers needing to find billions

With the Polish government planning to commission five gas power plants over the next five years, London-based thinktank Carbon Tracker has estimated just how costly the move will be, compared to deploying solar plants and energy storage instead.

Taiwan sets solar FITs for 2022

The new feed-in tariffs range from NT4.0031 ($0.14) to NT5.8952 ($0.21) per kWh. PV systems of all types will be applied a grid tariff of NT0.0656 ($0.002)/kWh and the funds raised through this fee will be used to set up a PV module recycling scheme.

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