Airbus sees hydrogen-powered fuel cell engines as a potential solution for its zero-emissions aircraft, which will go service by 2035. Meanwhile, Honda, meanwhile, has announced plans to produce fuel cell electric vehicles in the United States from 2024.
The Spanish government say it will finance five hybrid battery energy storage projects, with a cumulative installed capacity of at least 600 MW. Each project can secure up to €15 million ($15.68 million) in funding.
Following a disappointing COP27 climate change summit in November, solar industry veteran Philip Wolfe reviews the contribution utility-scale PV is starting to make to emissions reduction.
La tecnología TopCon y otras tecnologías de tipo N han dado el salto este año hasta convertirse en la corriente principal de fabricación fotovoltaica. En este pv magazine Webinar analizaremos, de mano de S&P Global, el crecimiento y las tendencias del mercado de los módulos de tipo N y de la tecnología TopCon, así como sus características técnicas. Junto con JinkoSolar, presentaremos su módulo más potente de tipo N, el Tiger Neo, con potencia de hasta 620 Wp, y la empresa compartirá sus planes de expansión de la fabricación con TopCon.
Enel and Soltec have revealed plans to open a new factory on the grounds of a former thermal power plant owned by Enel’s Endesa unit in Teruel, Spain.
Originally intended to allocate 1.8 GW of solar power and 1.5 GW of wind power, the Spanish auction concluded with only 45 MW of assigned wind capacity, with the war in Ukraine blamed.
Intergia will install a floating PV system for self-consumption in the slurry pond of a pig farm in Spain. The project is aimed at studying both an expected reduction of ammonia emissions, and the long-term degradation of the PV components in the environment.
Poland has started operating one of its first floating PV arrays on an artificial reservoir. The project features 110 bifacial modules floating on a platform supplied by Spain’s Isigenere.
PV Hardware (PVH), a solar tracker and mounting systems manufacturer, has opened a new factory in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is expected to produce 8 GW of trackers and solar structures per year, mainly for projects in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
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